The DP allied Member of Parliament Hon. Nickson Korir for Lang'ata, was this this morning tear gased and dispersed when they trird tk crowd at one of the polling stations in Nakuru. Today there are by elections being conducted in Kabuchai and Matungu constituencies with several wards across the county.
The DP allied UDA party is one of those parties which had preaented their candidated across the country. His foot soldiers have been on the ground guarding their candidates interests. It alleged that Nickson Korir and some supporters of the UDA candidate congregated in one of the polling stations but the police came in and teargassed them to disperse them.
The fracass saw some vehicles being vandalised though no casualties were reported. The MP was seen kicking the teargass canster back to the police something something which has left many talking.
Some internet users have joke about the unutilised tallent in football by the legislator with Odinga Junior saying this talent could yield good results if put into the right purpose. This has left many talking and these are just a few if what they had to say;
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