Kenyan Authorities denying Peter Mac Manu entry was unfortunate

Kenyan authorities denying entry to the New Patriotic Party National [NPP] Campaign Manager and a leader of a delegation of the Democrat Union of Africa [DUA] Peter Mac Manu was unfortunate.

That’s according to the NPP’s Acting General Secretary John Boadu who believes that the Kenyan authorities got it wrong not allowing Peter Mac Manu entry ahead of the general elections on August 8.

Peter Mac Manu was part of a DUA observer mission to Kenya to witness their upcoming general elections but was denied entry because he is an honorary Chairman of Democratic Union of Africa (DUA) of which some opposition parties in Kenya are members.

Reacting to the issue, John Boadu said the party is yet to meet with Peter Mac Manu to get first-hand information from him and from there they will decide what to do.

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