Leaders in any position in the country should be the most upright in terms of behavior, character both in their offices and when interacting with people because they are the mirrors to the citizens they are leading. Many people tend to take their leaders as their role models due to the high levels of professionalism and integrity.
However, it happens that sometimes anger or rather a misunderstanding may make them slip and act inappropriately. A chaotic scene has now erupted today during the funeral of the late Baringo North Member of Parliament, Andrew Kiptoom which has left Kenyans mouth wagging online.
As per the video shared by Nation media platform, Deputy President William Samoei Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) foot soldiers have clashed with a section delegates allied to Kenya African National Union (KANU) party whose chairman is the fierce Baringo County Senator, Honourable Gideon Kipsiele Towett Moi.
However, after dozens of calls from the pastor who was leading the mourners during the burial ceremony plus the enforcement from the security officers who were present, the raging leaders calmed down after minutes of misunderstandings.
Here is the link to watch the video: https://www.facebook.com/105983259496/posts/10160055483269497/?app=fbl
Kenyans have also taken to the internet to share their remarks as they angrily attack the leaders for showing a bad example for not only the mourners, but also the rest of Kenyans.
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