A video of irate youths drawn from Garissa county has gone viral on social media platforms, the youths were filmed burning campaign materials branded Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party, the youths expressed their displeasure with Ruto's party as they sharply opposed it's ideologies.
The youths warned that their region is fully behind Raila's Azimio La Umoja movement and that they will not tolerate Wheelbarrow politics in the region.
This comes despite the region being the home of former majority leader in the national assembly Aden Duale who is a close ally of deputy president William Ruto and a great critic of former prime minister Raila Odinga's presidential bid.
The region is currently divided, while Orange Democratic Movement party boss Raila Odinga enjoys support of top leaders including the governor, senator, and a number of members of parliament, Ruto relies on the support of a few members of parliament from the region. Watch video here: https://twitter.com/ItsNyambane/status/1483729241342889984?t=eWhTdOSPC3zanaZDgaBmcQ&s=19
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