Image: A scene at the Kisii County Stadium, where an explosion was seen, causing the locals to run for cover.
Martha Karua's rally in Kisii abruptly came to an end a few minutes after the deputy President designate of the Azimio la Umoja organization.
This comes after a tear gas explosion caused by an unknown person throwing a tear gas canister at the dias forced Martha Karua, Mama Ida Odinga, and other leaders there to flee to safer areas. while residents ran for cover.
Karua has just spoken after a long silence. using her Twitter account. Martha Karua, the former NARC Kenya party leader who is now Raila's running mate, has issued a statement.
In what can appear to be an oblique response to people, who is said to have started the commotion.
In spite of prior mayhem at the stadium, she has brashly stated that. She is on her way to the last stopover in the area.
Hours after her rally was disrupted by disorder, the Honourable Martha Karua wrote down, "Now I am going to Kiamakoma for the last meeting."
The tweet image is seen below.
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