Migori governor Okoth Obado has broken silence on the incident that occured a week ago when businessman cum politician Jimmy Wanjigi of the Orange Democratic Movement party was stoned in Migori during his Nyanza tour.
The governor who is opposed to the Orange Democratic Movement party boss Raila Odinga while addressing mourners at Awendo Constituency condemned the incident stating that it was wrong for the youths to engage in violence.
Obado further called upon the people of Migori county to embrace peace and welcome all political leaders regardless of their political affiliations. This comes as 2022 politics continue intensifying with leaders moving to various parts of the country to popularize their ambitions.
The incident elicited mixed reactions with many politicians especially those opposed to ODM condemning the party and branding it violent, the party however distanced itself from the incident and condemned it stating that it stands for political tolerance.
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