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For Once Kithure Kindiki Supports Azimio, Check What He Said About It.

Tharaka Nithi Senator Kithure Kindiki has encouraged Kenyans to refrain from disrupting political gatherings and heckling the opposition.

Kindiki has described heckling critics as outdated behavior that harms the nation's democracy.

"Impeding or heckling competitors' gatherings is undemocratic and outdated," Kindiki stated.

Kindiki stated it is unnecessary for people to shout them down in regard to the reported heckling occurrences during the Azimio protest in Mount Kenya.

He asked Kenyans to let Azimio market its manifesto freely across the country, claiming that they would not be able to reverse the trend otherwise.

"Allow Azimio bands to make their case wherever they are throughout the country." But their newly designated running mate would not be able to withstand the UDA/Kenya Kwanza tide. "That's too late; that die has been struck," he said.

Heckling has blighted political events around the nation, with suspicions that individuals were recruited to disrupt opponents' rallies emerging.

Karanja Kibicho, as Home Principal Secretary, urged cops to strike the whip on hecklers on Friday.

He said that intelligence collection had linked recent attempts to disrupt demonstrations in Kirinyaga Region to paid gangs.

"Kirinyaga is a tranquil county, and its people are civilized and welcoming." "We cannot allow a few hooligans to wreak havoc here and tarnish the city's fine name," he said.

Kibicho condemned the incidents recorded in the county against two regional leaders who allegedly encouraged adolescents to sow mayhem at rival campaign rallies.

The PS asked citizens to demonstrate political forbearance by giving rival candidates equal time in the elections on August 9.

"Insults and encouraging anarchy are regressive and primitive methods, and Kirinyaga might be above." We must reject politicians who use cheap booze and ganja to damage the brains of our young people in order to achieve political fame. "

He was responding to recent incidents in which certain politicians' rallies were disrupted by alleged hired thugs, particularly in the national capital of Kenya.

He spoke in Kirinyaga as he formally established seven newly gazetted administrative entities.


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