Today was not a great day for Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga and his Azimio la Umoja team as they were faced off with heckles and some disorderly behaviors during his meetings today.
It begun from Meru County where a section of youths were chanting Ruto's name and UDA as Raila Odinga was trying to address them, as well as in Embu they were met by several individuals holding place cards with Ruto's name.
Speaking on K24 evening show, former Kiambu County Governor Hon William Kabogo condemned the violent acts as he stated that the leaders should be given ambient time to air their manifestos, and speak their thoughts in any region across the country.
Hon William Kabogo stated: "We should have moved from the violent politics a long time ago and give space to everyone to move to any part of the country to sell their manifesto., Candidates are not fielded by their tribes."
This is a strong message which should be taken serious so as to create a united country without any division.
Watch the full interview of former Kiambu County Governor Hon William Kabogo in the link below:
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