Tuesday January 15, 2013 – The rivalry between Coalition for Reform and Democracy (CORD) and Amani coalition in Western Kenya has claimed the life of one person in Bumula, Busia County.
Both coalitions are now pointing fingers at each other blaming the other for acts of hooliganism in Western Kenya
The man was allegedly beaten by an irate mob after a group of youth allied to CORD attempted to block a UDF convoy in Bumala.
The dead man was given a dog’s beating after he urged the intoxicated CORD youths to keep off from the area saying it is Mudavadi’s backyard.
Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi, who is the Amani coalition flag bearer, has condemned the incident, saying supporters and politicians should practice sobriety and restraint especially at this time the country is heading for a transition.
More to follow….
Source:The Kenyan DAILY POST