Deputy President William Ruto's cheif campaigner Duncan Ochanda has been arrested over the Muranga chaos that happened on Sunday 4th of October. This action has steered much negative reactions from members of Tangatanga movement with many coming to his defence.
Mr Ochanda was apprehended by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) officers in Kibra,Nairobi County on the 6th of October 2020. Reports have it that the officers arrested him while at the DC grounds.
Ochanda has been arrested over the violence that emerged at Kenol, Muranga County ahead of DP Ruto's visit that costed the liveds of two youthsband left many others wounded.
Team Ruto allys have come to condemn this action in the strongest words terming it as hypocrisy, impunity and incompetence.
"Hypocrisy, impunity and incompetence of this Govt will kill us. IG now wants to victimize Ochanda merely because he was in Kenol and was adorned in Ruto branded T-shirt. ￼All the goons who attacked Kenol were ferried. Ochanda is innocent." Twitted Hon Alice Wahome.
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