Almost a week after Deputy President William Ruto's motorcade was stoned and several vehicles destroyed in Kondele, Kisumu County during his campaign tour, different political leaders are still condemning the incident.
Several presidential candidates ranging from Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi among others have called for political tolerance requesting Kenyans to allow any leader to sell their manifestos ahead of the 2022 elections.
On Sunday, November 14, Ainabkoi Constituency MP William Chepkut addressed Kenyans from his hospital bed in Nairobi Hospital where he is receiving treatment after sustaining leg injuries.
The vocal MP urged Kenyans to be politically tolerant and refrain from causing unnecessary chaos.
"We must preach political diversity and live as one Kenya. I want all Kenyans to tolerate each other this particular moment. I also call upon the IEBC to conduct free, fair and credible elections come next year,' said Chepkut.
He went on to call upon the youth to collect their Identification Cards, since it is the only way they will vote for their desired leader who will change and empower their lies after the electioneering period.
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