The Narok Senator, Hon. Ledama Olekina has recently send a powerful message that has sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans. In his message Ledama claimed that, "So you block traffic and disrupt people doing their weekly shopping in local markets and you think they will vote for you ? Bure Kabisa! Sisi si Wajinga!"
However, his message that seemed not to be clear on whom he was referring to has stirred netizens. Many Kenyans reacted to it to give answers to what he may have been referring to. Some Kenyans claimed that the incident happened in Kilgoris in Narok yesterday where Ruto and his allies like Kimani Ichung'wah had taken their Bottom-up Economic Model to the region. However, another group claimed that the incident took place in Luanda in Vihiga County where Raila Odinga had today toured the region to conduct his campaigns.
With these claims it is not clear where the incident really happened but it shows he was very bitter of what might have taken place.
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