Supporters of the Deputy President William Ruto were today blocked from accessing PCEA Mama Ngina Kenyatta primary school in Kikuyu constituency where he went to commission the school today.
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The school administrators barred the multitude of people who wanted to gate crash into the event saying the school was not ready to accommodate a big number of people. Young people stormed the school entrance trying to make way by force but they were overwhelmed by the organising team and security personnel present. A Large number of supporters had to stand outside the school waiting for the UDA chief to finish the commissioning of the school to get a chance of interacting with him. The place has appeared to be a UDA stronghold as witnessed in the past rallies, on the sixth of February the Deputy President is expected to host another mega rally in Central Kenya seeking support for the next general elections where he is seeking to be the President.
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