About a week ago, the people of Mahoo Ward, Taita Taveta County lost a great and vibrant leader.A Member of County Assembly, Ronald Haniel Sagurani.A number of leaders eulogized him, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Samoei Ruto being among them.
Sagurani was not your ordinary political leader, he was a progressive grassroot politician and that is why he rose upto the Minority Party Leader position in the County Assembly.
His burial service was set to be on this day, Tuesday, August 24th.There are allegations that the ceremony was disrupted by police officers who dismantled tents and chased away mourners.This following some days after President Uhuru Kenyatta emphasized on Covid-19 health measures.
Hon Generali Nixon Korir, MP Lang'ata Constituency and a member of the Tangatanga brigade alleged that Deputy President William Samoei Ruto was to attend the burial ceremony.
It is not clear is the police were doing their work or playing politics.What do you think?
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