Violence in political rallies here in Kenya have been reportedly vividly increasing day by day across different regions. Most of these violence when occur many people got injured while others being reported dead due to injuries that they receive during that rally disruption process.
The UDA party leader honourable William Samoe Ruto hosted his UDA rally event in Embakasi East constituency, Nairobi whereby his meeting face some challenges after rowdy youths disrupted his rally hence causing chaotic scene.
According tothe latest news report that has been shared online by the star news on their Facebook page, the deputy president has condemned that incident with immediate effects and has blamed Raila Amolo Odinga for hiring youths to disrupt his rally.
Ruto has accused Raila for also disrupting his previous rally event that he hosted in Kondele, Kisumu county whereby his Convoy was also stoned by rowdy youths. He has told Raila his youths will only misuse stones for six months and will be sorted by better things that will change their future.
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning that Rutos message to Raila whereby some section of netizens have condemned violence in political rallies while others have urged Ruto to forgive and forget.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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