The scene where the two rival groups clashed ahead of the Azimio la Umoja rally.
Several political parties are still progressing well in campaigning and rallying across the country as they prepare for te August 9th general elections.
However, some of the rallies have not been successful because of the chaos that has marred them, a thing Kenyans do not want as it might interfere with the country's peace and unity.
The reports state that there was some inconvenience experienced while trying to concern on how the rally's schedule will be. The supporters from these rival groups then engaged in some exchange that saw posters being destroyed.
Take a look at the photos from the scene where the rival groups clashed in Mandera:
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