President Uhuru Kenyatta was on Wednesday in Wote, Makueni county selling his party’s agenda together with his deputy, William Ruto where he was forced to cut short his speech.
The duo was in the area seeking votes from what is believed to be an opposition stronghold. They were heckled by NASA supporters and according to Dennis Itumbi, Wiper party leader, Kalonzo Musyoka had planned for the youth to boo the President prior to the visit.
During his visit, Kenyatta threatened to punish Makueni chiefs working closely with NASA.
The Jubilee party leader says the chiefs are using motorcycles and other perks that they get from the Jubilee government to campaign for the opposition.
Mr President also warned voters against hanging around the polling station after casting their ballots. He asked voters to go home after voting.
The President will also be in Mombasa county before the official election campaign ends on August 5.
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