Funeral service of the late Letoya Ole Magelo, 91, father to Nairobi County Assembly speaker Alex Ole Magelo in Eneng’etia village turned into a political supremacy showdown after Jubilee and CORD leaders openly engaged in blame game over under underdevelopment in Narok County under all Governments 50 years later.
Cabinet Secretary for Securiy Joseph Nkaissery seemed to have opened a can of worms when he chose to counter the opposition over claims of neglecting the Maa community.
Nkaissery’s statement that the opposition would lose in the next General election did not go down well CORD supporters who heckled him down as he wound up his speech and that of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The disgruntled supporters then marched out of the venue in protest as they continued to shout insults.
At one point a furious Nkaissery couldn’t take any more of the hecklers as he asked if they were from a tribe in Nyanza who never honor the dead.
Rachael Shebesh the Nairobi County Woman representative whose tone was re conciliatory urged for sober politics between different parties in Narok further challenging Maasai women to vie for various political seats in Nairobi come 2017 General elections.
Soipan Kudate the Narok Woman Representative called on President Kenyatta to consider road network within Narok and completion of the electrification plan.
Former Cabinet Minister Nicholas Biwott who chose to stay off politics called on the Maasai Community to desist from careless sell of land further urging Kenyans to support Government of the day.