The political fights among leaders are increasing day by day as Kenyans await the next general elections. Every leader wants people to understand them and vote for them in the next government. Many use different political gimmicks to convince the citizens of Kenya
There was a funeral drama in Kaptere area, Baringo county, after the women representative identified as Gladwell clashed with Jubile leaders. According to reliable sources, the incident took place during the funeral of the former member of parliament, Andrew Kiptoon.
Hon. Gladwell differed with Jubilee leaders and accused them of the 'unlawful' removal of appointed directors from Baringo who were in various government parastatals.
However, the exchange intensified after the Jubilee leaders who were around, accused Gladwell and KANU allies of initiating their removal to replace them with their favorite supporters.
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