This made Jumwa to be more furious and angry with Kithi's supporters hence lose control over it and had to make them silent.
Upon talking to them, Jumwa said that every dog has to listen to his or her leader as the booing was getting out of hand and it showed bad picture.
"Okay we have heard you, please be quite now. These leaders are at work and you here have come for the meeting because every dog has to listen to its leader now," she said.
He choice of words might just cost her the ambitions of succeeding incumbent governor Amason Kingi who recently also joined the Kenya kwanza alliance.
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