Kenya Kwanza warriors were chased away by a section of Matungu Kakamega residents. Who heckled and humiliated them badly chanting their rival slogans. This happened as they toured the region trying to sell their agendas and visions. And hunting of the votes as 2022 general elections are around the corner.
In a video posted by a writer in his YouTube channel. Senator Cleophas Malala leading Kenya Kwanza rally in Kakamega , they were badly heckled and humiliated by a group of locals. Who were heard chanting Malala's political rival honorable Barasa chants and slogans. The residents are seen chasing away their convoy chanting Barasa chants.
This happens as they tried to sell their agendas, visions and Kenya Kwanza bottom economy model manifestos. They received a negative response from the residents who are heard chanting honorable Barasa name and his slogans.
Cleophas Malala is eyeing for gubernatorial seat in Kakamega. However, he facing stiff competition from Barasa , Azimio aspirant who is also eyeing for the gubernatorial seat in Kakamega.
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