The supporters of two gubernatorial candidates are said to have battled today during Azimio's prayer meeting as a result of a miscommunication.
According to information supplied by a dependable source, honorable Nzioka Waita is said to have accompanied honorable Raila Odinga, the head of the Orange Democratic Movement party and a former Kenyan prime minister, at the gathering.
The prominent politician was then asked to leave by a lot of young people because he had not been invited, which was followed by a dramatic scene.
The only candidate for governor who had been invited was the Honorable Wavinya Ndeti, according to the reports provided by the event's organizers.
In response to this matter, police officers who are currently looking into this occurrence have disclosed that they were successful in reestablishing calm after the violent scenario.
Kenyans who responded to this occurrence by using their various social media accounts to voice their opinions and suggestions have urged the police to detain the suspects and file charges before the upcoming general elections are held.
According to the reports provided by the majority of Kenyans, they felt it was extremely regrettable that the government has yet to address the growing instances of disruption at various political gatherings, despite the fact that the nation is getting ready for the general elections.
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