In a report shared by a trusted source, it was revealed that chaos broke out after Nzioka Waita was said to have joined the former Prime Minister of Kenya and leader of the Orange Democratic Movement party, Raila Odinga when he attended the party.
As reported by the event organizers, it was revealed that Hon. Wavinya Ndeti was the only competent director candidate invited by the organizers.
Addressing the matter, officers currently investigating the incident revealed that they sought to restore peace following the dramatic scene.
While reacting to this incident, Kenyans have used various social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions on the matter have called on the police to arrest the suspects and charge them. them before the next general election is held.
As reported by most Kenyans, they consider it a pity that the government has yet to address the growing cases of chaos in the various political protests even though the country is moving towards general elections. https://twitter.com/thestarkenya/status/1552969751730814977?s=21&t=dsryz32TS0wWabaehk9JrA
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