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As 2022 presidential elections contest gets closer and hotter, heightened campaigns have caused increase in political confrontations. Chaos have been witnessed in many rallies.
After lecturing former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga when he tried to speak in his rally yesterday in Laikipia, Deputy President William Ruto's today's Kisii tour was not peaceful at all. This is after two men in the middle of the crowd exchanged blows infront of the cameras.
In a video that is making rounds on social media platforms, a man can be seen attacking another man from behind. The two them engage each other in a blow exchanging fight that lasted for a few seconds.
DP Ruto's Media team covering the tour were forced to block the cameras to avoid capturing the fight. Online streaming of the rally completely went dark as the fighting broke out, only shouts and screams could be heard. The cameras were later unblocked after the crowd calmed.
Though the reason behind the fight has not been established, we can easily predict that the reasons were political.
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