Hustler Nation member and united democratic association party die hard member hon Alice Wahome today was forced to cut short her speech in Nyandarua after residents started shouting.
The Vocal Mount Kenya Region legislature was given a platform with deputy president William Ruto to address the residents of Nyahururu Town and all could be seen as the people could not hold back their excitement towards the lady.
Whole speaking,Alice Wahome asked the Nyahururu Town residents to support UDA leaders and deputy president William Ruto's Presidency. She then asked them if they wanted their leaders to be chosen in board rooms and hotels or they should be given chance to elect their leaders,her words made the residents to start shouting "hapana" "hapana" in Swahili which led to her cutting her speech as the residents continued shouting.
"UDA, UDA, I want to ask you all to support our next president William Ruto. And also I want to ask,will you allow people to choose leaders for you in hotels or you want to participate in electing leaders?" She asked.
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