Speaker Justine Muturi reacted to what happened to Wanjigi in Migori where he was pelted with stones by rowdy youths who silenced him from addressing the people. Justine Muturi urged politicians to style up and start behaving in a civilised way. He urged leaders to enhance nationalism and allow everyone enjoy their democratic rights.
Speaker Justine Muturi reacted to the shameful incident which was witnessed in Migori county during Jimmy Wanjigi's 4-day trip that turned chaotic on day 2. This was after some people started booing him, an action which took a short time before it turned into stone flying as some people started throwing stones at him.
"Let us be mature and allow people to market their ideologies and let the voters decide," Justine Muturi quoted.
Muturi went ahead and attacked Mt. Kenya leaders failing to unite and come up with a powerful political party that will bring the people together. He warned them from depending on other people's parties.
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