As the electioneering period draws near, various politicians are transversing across the country as they seek for political mandate from their supporters.
Consequently one of the Odinga's diehard supporter and a political analyst, Herman Manyora,has again smashed Orange Democratic Movement party boss with hurdle slap on the face by challanging him to take action on the perpetrators of violence within his camp.
Manyora mentioned this days after it was alleged that, some of the ODM politicians deployed rowdy youths to interfere with deputy Ruto's rally at Jacaranda grounds,the senior analyst procrastinated that, Odinga aught to have come out to strongly condemn the menace in the highest order possible,by calling out the agencies concerned with the investigation to find out where the problem was.
The analyst further castigated that no any leader should perpetrate violence at all cost, neither should it be Raila, deputy Ruto nor any other Le in the republic of Kenya.
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