waved placards expressing solidarity with their leader who lost in the Jubilee Party primaries.
In Thika Stadium, the President's calls for the locals to support Ng’ang’a for the town's parliamentary seat were met with jeers and chants in favour of her main competitor Patrick Wainaina who is running as an independent. Ng'ang'a was even forced to cut her speech after the heckling became too much as the president watched.
Residents revealed to a local newspaper that they would not repeat the mistake of voting in a six-piece pattern as they did in 2013 and that they would practice their democratic right to vote for the leaders they want.
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