Yesterday, residents of Kisii were treated to some political drama after the deputy president William Ruto toured the region.
However in a shocking twist two rival groups engaged in a deadly fight that left one man fighting for his life.
In a clip shared on most social media sites, a middle-aged man was seen fighting for his life after a deadly attack.
However Egesa Fm radio presenter, Nancy Kwamboka has revealed the identity of a man who nearly killed his ally.
"Remember the guy you saw in the video lying on the ground? This is how it started.
Let us unite and say no to Political Violence, it will only make the situation worse than it is already.
We can support whoever we want peacefully without hurting each other, abusing, bullying and calling each other names".
It has emerged that a group of Odm supporters had tried to disrupt Dp Ruto's meeting in the area before things went south.
A majority of Ruto allies have blasted the area leaders for trying to incite violence in the region.
Dp Ruto tour to the region has been seen as a way to de-popularize the current interior cabinet secretary doctor Fred Matiang'i ahead of the next general elections.
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