The successful business man in rift valley Mzee Jackson Kibor was laid to rest today at his farm at Kabenes in Uasin Gishu county.
Among those who attended the function included the former prime minister Raila Odinga and his Azimio la Umoja brigade who also started the three days Azimio la Umoja rally in rift valley. The leaders were those aligned to deputy president from rift valley were Oscar Sudi, Caleb Kositany, Gladys Boss Shollei and Didmus Barasa.
The deputy president William Ruto did not attend the event as he led his campaigns in Lamu county today. After the burial of the late Jackson Kiprotich Kibor the rowdy youths stonned the chopper that was carrying Azimio la Umoja team. Speaking about the former prime minister Raila Odinga says the youths were targeting him.
Speaking after the incidence the deputy president William Ruto through his official social media accounts condemned the incident and urged kenyans that all leaders have the right to travel to any part of the country and sell their agenda. However, the deputy president also urged the kenyans to listen and evaluate the what the politician say and decide on whom they will support at the end. The deputy president said that the political violence draws the country back.
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