Tangatanga ally was forced to cut short his speech after Kakamega residents heckled him badly. This happened as Deputy president William Ruto toured Oparanya's backyard Kakamega County. Ruto is trying to popularize United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party. Selling his bottom up economy model manifestos and his 2022 presidential bid.
In a video posted by a writer, chaos and mayhem rocked Kakamega as Honorable Farouk received a harsh reception from Kakamega residents. The residents denied honorable Farouk a chance to address them. This happened as Deputy president William Ruto watches. The residents are heard shouting saying that Farouk shouldn't address them. They don't want to hear anything from honorable Farouk.
"Wacha tusikie kwa mheshimiwa Farouk" says the emcee
"UDA! UDA" says Honorable Farouk.
"Hapana! Hapana! Hatutaki! Asituongeleshe hatutaki Farouk", says Kakamega residents.
The emcee was forced to Intervene urging the residents to keep calm. His words feel on deaf ears as the residents continued heckling honorable Farouk.
Here is the link for the video.
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