Several senior Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party politicians were forced to end a political rally prematurely and leave for their own safety after angry residents who were thought to be goons descended on them.
The affected leaders are Mombasa county governor Ali Hassan Joho, Jubilee deputy party leader Hon Naomi Shaban, Kilifi county senator Stewart Madzayo, Kilifi woman representative Hon Getrude Mbeyu, governor aspirant Gideon Mung'aro ama Kilifi deputy governor Gideon Saburi among others.
The leaders were addressing a highly charged political rally at Cleopatra grounds in Malindi, Kilifi county when the residents almost knocked down Mr Saburi when he was almost finishing his speech.
Leaders present led by Mr Joho, Mr Mung'aro and others had to hastily organize for the attendees to leave the venue before more harm could come their way. Joho's security aides provided coverage as the many VIPs quickly left the area. Before the chaos, the leaders were criticizing Kilifi governor Amason Kingi for alleged poor governance and his decision to join deputy president William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza alliance.
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