Khalwale wants youth in Wetangula bid chaos to apologize
A section of leaders from Kakamega County now want the over 5,000 youth who disrupted Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula’s presidential bid launch on Saturday to apologize to him.
Led by Senator Bonny Khalwale and Governor Wycliff Oparanya, the leaders say the youth – mainly from Likuyani area – were being misused by a section of politicians whose goal was to portray the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) in bad light.
Khalwale and Oparanya gave the youth 14 days to apologize to Wetangula failure to which a legal action will be taken against them for disturbing peace by causing chaos that led to several people being injured.
The leaders also want thorough investigations into the violence conducted and those found culpable brought to book.
CORD has since linked Jubilee to the chaos saying that despite the incident, the opposition remains united and unshaken ahead of the 2017 General Election.
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