President Kenyatta last Friday in his speech banned all political rallies and all sorts of gatherings. Today in a video shown on Facebook channel 7 we can see the member of Parliament Osoro has kick-started the campaigns for a by-election at bonchari.
Hon. Sylvanus Osoro has left people-mouth wide open as he is seen in a rally of motorbikes and fleet of vehicles kick-starting campaigns for Bonchari by-elections which are on the due date. This is against the safety measures president Kenyatta put in place for everyone to follow.
The first in command banned all gatherings and all political rallies in either church or elsewhere. This was a way to reduce covid -19 as this third wave seems to be heavier and we can't take it for granted. I wonder how the government will react to Osoro's move.
Watch the video below and see how Osoro is doing it towards the bonchari by-election. https://www.facebook.com/channel7newstv/videos/461916338563572/?app=fbl
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