These political period is full of campaigns that are accompanied by many insecurity cases. Dirty language and insults are common aspects in the modern politics but the IEBC is working tirelessly to make sure that a sound and healthy politics thrives in Kenya.
A popular Mudavadi's ally known as Titus Khamala, the current serving member of parliament for Lurambi Constituency has narrated on how he was threatened to be killed by his ground opponent Stanley Khainga as shown in the video as per the link at the end of the article.
According to Bishop Titus Khamala, he claimed that he had gone to assist a woman suffering from breast cancer and grant for her prayers. After he had concluded, Stanley Khainga's brother threw stones to him claiming that he was not allowed to trespass Khainga's territory. Consequently, Khainga threatened to kill him if at Khamala reappears at Eshiembekho village on a phone call.
The scenario is of much concern because once a time Titus Khamala claimed not to poses bodyguards but now the time has reached when to have them.
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