Former Governor Jack Ranguma was cleared to vie for the Kisumu governor’s seat after presenting his papers to IEBC officials at Tom Mboya Labour College today. However, dramatic scene and chaos has been witnessed in Kisumu town. After Jack Ranguma and his supporters campaigning rally was disrupted by police officers.
According to inoorotv news, dramatic scene and chao was witnessed in Kisumu town during Jack Ranguma campaigning rally. The police officers disrupted his rally, they teargassed Jack together with his supporters as they were campaigning in Kisumu town.
According to the Inooro tv reports, the police teargassed Jack Ranguma because they were campaigning in Kisumu town center which is against the law. Politicians are not supposed to campaign in Kisumu town center. Jack Ranguma and his supporters were peacefully asked to stop campaigning in Kisumu town center but the reportedly went against the law forcing the police officers to intervene and disrupt the rally by teargassing his supporters.
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