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UDA MP Calls On Security, Blames Wajackoya After Rowdy Youths Stormed Kenya Kwanza Rally (VIDEO)

Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa who was leading the Kenya Kwanza Campaigns in Nandi County was today forced to call his Security personnel to control rowdy youths that stormed rally and caused disturbance during his speech.

From what the MP said, the youths had accompanied an area MCA aspirant to the event and were halting his speech. Before ordering his Security to deal with them, Barasa had threatened to kick out the unidentified MCA aspirant together with the youths from the VIP section after the youths turned rowdy.

"Mimi ningependa wale vinana wanyamaze. Mtulie kabisa (I would like those youths to be quiet. Be very peaceful)," Barasa could be heard telling the rowdy youths.

But as he attempted to make his speech, the rowdy youths kept causing disturbance as Barasa lost his cool and threatened to kick the MCA and the rowdy youths to the back seats.

"Wewe bwana MCA, ambia hao vijana wako wanyamaze ama uende ukae nao hapo nyuma (You Mr. MCA, tell those your youths to keep quiet or you will go and seat with them at the back)," Barasa told the unidentified MCA aspirant.

However, his threats bore no fruits as the rowdy youths continued causing disturbance and disrupting his speech for unknown reasons, forcing him to ask his Security to take control of the situation.

Barasa blamed such actions on Wajackoya effect, claiming that it is making the youths to use drugs that are not helpful at all.

"Wapi vijana wangu wa Security, enda uwambie wale vijana wanyamaze na wakae huko nyuma (Where are my Security men, go and tell those youths to keep quiet and seat at the back there)," Barasa told Security.

"Unajua huyu Wajackoya analeta vitu watu wakitumia inaleta matatizo sana (You know this Wajackoya has brought things that when people use causes a lot of problems)," Barasa said.

The situation was quickly resolved and speeches continued smoothly to the end of the event.

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Barasa Didmus Barasa MCA Mtulie Wajackoya


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