crowd, who also reportedly hurled abuses at the aspirant’s
convoy, became rowdy after James Bett made a statement about the six-piece voting style.
The rowdy crowd chanted slogans praising KANU candidate David Koros.
Koros later speaking to us on phone condemned the
incident, urging Kesses constituents to be
tolerant of others’ views even when
they have divergent political views.
He also called on leaders to avoid
incitement language to maintain
Committee Chairman Paul Tanui
also condemned the incident,
calling it “the greatest height of
indiscipline and a lack of respect
by those involved,” adding that Mr
Bett, just like any other
aspirant, has a right to campaign
in any part of the constituency.
urged URP supporters across the
constituency to welcome their
opponents warmly and accord