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UDA Leader Forced To Cut Short His Speech After Crowd Refused To Listen To Him

A top UDA party leader officials has been forced to make an uncertain stop while delivering his speech in Kakamega County after a huge crowd started heckling him furiously.

It started with former Kakamega County senator Bonnie Khalwale who was privileged a chance by Deputy President William Ruto to give a speech and welcome other leaders from the region to speak during their rally.

While making the next move, the people starting shouting and demanding that they don't want to listen to the leader that Khalwale had given chance to speak. Things turned so ugly that both Khalwale and DP Ruto intervened by signaling him to sit back because the people had refused to hear him at all costs.

"Bana beru Mheshimiwa serut," said Khalwale while welcoming him on stage.

"UDA? Mimi (hatutaki)," said Mheshimiwa serut. It followed a massive dance and chants from the crowd which continuously maintained saying fhat they don't want him to speak.

Click on the video link below to watch how a crowd heckled a UDA leader in Kakamega.

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Bonnie Khalwale DP Kakamega County Khalwale UDA


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