According to reports, one of those embarking on the campaign, Raimi, who was shot in the eyes, died on the spot.
One of the eyewitnesses, supporters of the political party were on a campaign train, moving along Apasa Street when hell was let loose.
A resident said: “Some boys at Apasa Street opened fire on a man. The man’s name is Raimi.
“For reasons we couldn’t understand, the issue degenerated into a street war. It was a reprisal attack that led to the death of the five other men.
“Twelve people were badly injured. Raimi was shot in the eye. One of the men, who shot him, drew closer to his body, while he was lying on the ground, and pumped more bullets into his chest.
They apparently wanted to make sure he was dead. The streets turned red with blood.
“As the men opened fire on another, residents scampered in different directions”.
A woman was said to have been shot in the buttocks as she attempted to quickly lock her shop.
One Akeem said: “There is an ongoing feud between Campus Boys and Apasa youths.