"Africa Is Still In Slavery Bondage" Man Carrying Placard Interrupts Chebukati's Speech In Bomas.
A man who was carrying a placard written "Africa is still in slavery bondage" on Monday interrupted the the speech of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati to Presidential candidates at the Bomas of Kenya.
The man came forward from the crowds with the placard and stood at the centre of the venue while carrying the placard high up and shouting and his forced the security personnel to take him out forcefully from the venue.
This drama momentarily stopped Chebukati's address to the presidential candidates.
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