The second in command was seen trying to beg the audience to stop heckling but his efforts to calm them down were futile.
They heckled, jeered as others tried to shout her down when she picked the microphone to speak.
"Harambee... UDA, Harambee..." Ngerici was heard trying to catch the crowd's attention but her calls were all ignored.
She went on and gave her short speech because of the unwelcoming response she was getting
DP Ruto who had ushered her on stage was head calming the situation down
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"'Tafadhali, tafadhali, tulieni, (please, calm down)," he was heard saying.
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