The residents of Elburgon area in Nakuru county went on strike after suna east member of parliament hon Junet Mohammed attacked deputy president William Ruto's wheelbarrow slogan.
According to Junet Mohammed, the country is currently looking for a great leader who has seen most things and gone through a lot of things in the country.
Junet said that the orange Democratic movement party is a party which is of Kenyan good and that they wanted to introduce some things which would help country to move forward such as introduction of new policies like constituencies,and the revenue allocation equity. He slammed Deputy president William Ruto's wheelbarrow slogan by saying that the country does not need such things now a statement which made the mourners to go wild.
"Us in this side we wanted to bring equity in the revenue allocation policies through giving more money to highly populated areas. We also wanted to introduce more constituencies for better representation and also we wanted to have more women in leadership positions. We don't want this things like wheelbarrow and mkokoteni right now," he said.
His statement made the mourners to start shout at him while mentioning the name wheelbarrow and also telling him to leave the podium.
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