The United Democratic Alliance party campaigns in Western Kenya led by Deputy President William Ruto was a success even though he faced some hostility from a section of rowdy youths while in Busia County.
Other western Kenya regions welcomed the DP warmly and listened to what he had to say. Prof George Wajakoya, another Presidential aspirant has come out to speak about the order he gave to his people and the OCS of Mumias, his home town.
Speaking on TV47 morning interview, Prof George Wajakoya stated that he demanded for calmness from his people, who were not to heckle William Ruto but applaud him.
"When Ruto was going to Mumias (my hometown) I told my people not to even raise a finger on him. I told them to let him speak and they should clap for when it's necessary. I also called the OCS and told him to ensure the DP is given an ear." Prof George Wajakoya stated.
These are the kind of leaders Kenya wants, who put peace and unity first rather than those who promote violence.
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