Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party chairman and the current Suba constituency member of parliament John Mbandi has broken his silence following today's riots during deputy president William Ruto's rally at Kondele,in Kisumu where his motorcade was stoned by youth believed to be supporters of the former prime minister Raila Odinga.
According to the party leader while speaking live on citizen tv Jeff Koinange Live JKL show on Wednesday night,he advises the dp to look for old politicians if he cannot afford the current ones to help him whenever he is going to some areas he doesn't enjoy the support.
He further notes that Ruto should avoid cartels who have no clue nor understand the dynamics of politics in Kenya.
"I advise the DP, when he is going to certain areas, to look for old politicians if he cannot get the current ones to be in his team not these cartels who have no clue, who do not understand the dynamics of politics,"he declared.
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