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UDA leader in Kakamega county Forced to cut short his speech after the crowed started yelling at him

A top UDA party leader authorities has been compelled to make an unsure stop while conveying his discourse in Kakamega County after a gigantic group began bothering him irately.

It began with former Kakamega County congressperson Bonnie Khalwale who was advantaged a possibility by Deputy President William Ruto to give a discourse and welcome different pioneers from the district to talk during their meeting.

While taking the following action, individuals beginning yelling and requesting that they would prefer not to pay attention to the pioneer that Khalwale had given opportunity to talk. Things turned so revolting that both Khalwale and DP Ruto interceded by flagging him to sit back on the grounds that individuals had wouldn't hear him no matter what.

"Bana beru Mheshimiwa serut," said Khalwale while inviting him in front of an audience.

"UDA? Mimi (hatutaki)," said Mheshimiwa serut. It followed an enormous dance and serenades from the group which consistently kept up with saying fhat they don't need him to talk.

Snap on the video connect underneath to observe how a group bothered a UDA chief in Kakamega.

Content created and supplied by: Trags (via Opera News )

Bonnie Khalwale DP Kakamega Kakamega County Khalwale


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