According to the video seen, Gachagua lectured the crowd telling them that such kind of noise should only be heard in Raila's rally. He urged locals to remain calm so that they can also get a chance to speak.
This loosely translates to, " Making noise won't help you, noise will not give you votes, give others a chance to speak so that you can also speak. Those kind of noise are common in Raila."
Watch the video below from 7.4- 8.0 minutes.
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