DP Ruto's rally was partly disrupted after a section of youths started throwing stones.
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has reacted to the recent drama at Jacaranda ground where Deputy President William Ruto's rally was partly disrupted after a section of youths started throwing stones.
Raila later came out and denied the allegation and revealed that he has no reason to disrupt DP Ruto's rally.
Moses Kuria has reacted to the unfortunate incident and asked the involved parties to act accordingly, obey the law and allow their opponents to campaign peacefully.
"The Deputy President like all of us has a right to campaign in Nairobi or Kondele. It is incumbent upon Raila Odinga to tame his supporters who easily get excited and overzealous," he said.
He also stated that it will be useless for leaders to narrate stories after people have been killed because of politics. He pointed a finger at Raila as a leader who has been narrating to him how Kiambaa Church victims were killed
"My point is, those tales will not help anyone after people die. Our demand for peaceful elections is non-negotiable," he said
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