Philip Munyao,Matungulu MP aspirant addressing locals at a past event(source.facebook)
On Thursday a political rally turned chaotic where one man, Johnbosco Muthengi was assaulted by a crowd of locals in attendance.
Several leaders from the county have come out to condemn the incident.
Matungulu member of parliament aspirant Dr.Philip Munyao condemned the incident and blamed the leaders present when it happened.
"Mule, we have given you three days to apologise following the incident or we will take you to court. No one should spill blood because of their political affiliation," he said.
He called for tolerance among leaders vying for several seats urging them to conduct peaceful campaigns.
He warned them against using force or threats and instead focus on selling their agenda to the people.
"There should be no leader using force or threats to our people. Tell them what you will do or you have done but let me tell you, if you have had the seat for ten years and don't have anything to show just know you're headed home,"he said.
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