The angry lawmaker for Garissa town Aden Duale today while in the company of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto at Jacaranda allegedly pointed out that the Mp for Embakasi East Babu Owino was behind the violence that almost halted their gathering.
Duale said that the legislator was going to find it hard to be reelected because of his uncalled behaviour. Duale further said that it was obvious he belonged to a party that was fond of such culture and their party leader was okay with that.
He further alleged that the ODM leader Raila Odinga was known for thriving in violence and that was what he had been able to pass to youthful leaders like Babu in the party. He said that such were the kind of things that were making the Dp look more appealing to many people.
He finally said that such incidences were not going to interfere with their campaign through out the country. Duale insisted that all candidates were allowed to visit any part of the country without any restrictions.
Attached is a video link of the Mp speaking:
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