2022 politics has gathered momentum across the country. Political leaders seeking to vie for the presidency have settled for the Mt Kenya region as the epicenter of their politics. Both OKA, Deputy President William Ruto, and ODM leader Raila Amolo Odinga have been transversing the region to seek support.
According to the video going viral on social media platforms, Deputy President Dr. William Ruto has suffered a huge blow after his brigade was heckled while campaigning in Nyeri town.
Their speech was interrupted by a group of a crowd who jeered at them as they tried to popularize the bottom-up economic model as well a the newly formed United Democratic Party.
Their rally ended prematurely as all of them were forced to cut short their speech and move to a different area. Tension also rose as others were forced to scamper for safety after goons went rogue.
This comes days after the Deputy President was also jeered while campaigning in Kisumu county. Political leaders condemned the move and asked residents to practice tolerance and allow aspirants to practice their Democratic rights.
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