Teachers force Salim Mvurya to cut short his speech with Pro-Nasa slogans

The Governor was interrupted after he started campaigning for

Mvurya who was campaigning for Uhuru Kenyatta said NASA Chief Raila Odinga is not a straightforward person because he went to court claiming elections were rigged yet he now wants to boycott the fresh elections.

“We don’t know what is wrong with the Opposistio. Every time they are complaining they don’t want Chiloba, they don’t want OT Morpho and now even Safaricom” said Mvurya

The teachers became hostile over the remarks and started murmuring NASA slogans. They then begun shouting NASA hao and Tibiim.

We don’t want Uhuru Kenyatta anymore, he told teachers there is no salary increment so why should we vote for him” some of the teachers shouted

The governor had attended the Teacher for Teachers graduation ceremony after the successful completion of the training sponsored by donors from Netherlands.

Mvurya carried on with his speech amid the shouts from the group he was addressing.

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