BY JOHN WERU,CORRESPONDENT,BARINGO,12TH JULY 2017-The National super Alliance NASA campaign Rally in Baringo county was disrupted on Wednesday when youths donning Jubilee t-shirts started shouting down the five principals as they begun addressing a rally at Kabarnet .
The five NASA principals had a difficult time addressing the crowd, with a section of it shouting: “Nasa waende nyumbani; Uhuru ndaani, ndaani”.
The meeting that was slated to take longer than the 30 minutes, ended prematurely when pro-Jubilee slogans were increasingly renting the air.
Odinga, nonetheless, managed to put his message across, promising to beef up security in the volatile Baringo County if he clinches the presidency on August 8.
Odinga also promised that – if he gets elected as Head of State in the general election , his government will offer free primary and secondary education to Kenyans.
After Odinga’s , Musalia Mudavadi took to the platform, urging the gathering to embrace peace before; on; and after the August 8 general election. Mudavadi promised Kabarnet constituents that a NASA government will treat Kenyans equally, allaying fears that the Raila-led team will only focus on developing areas where the coalition enjoys massive support.
Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto had his speech cut short, when irate Jubilee supporters began burning banners and posters, which had photos of the five NASA principals printed on them.
The Jubilee Party supporters also burned and tear into pieces posters of Baringo leaders running for elective seats on a NASA ticket.
Raila Odinga and the NASA principals, thereafter, took their campaigns to Chemolingot in East Pokot.
The principals however after successful rally at Chemolingot rally, had their final rally of the day at Eldama Ravine.