Following the arrest that was undertaken by the police on three UDA agents in Rurii ward this morning, the party has issued a press statement to condemn police brutality and harassment of Brian Mbugua and Daniel Githinji who were arrested outside Rurii polytechnic and taken to Ol kalou police station.
In the statement shared by Dennis Itumbi on twitter, just a few moments ago, revealed that the UDa key agents suffered in the hands of the police after they were harrassed and intimidated after their car was detained abd confiscated by the arrest police.
Further, the statement went ahead to reveal that many of her agents have been denied entry to the polling stations by the police with strangers purporting to be UDA agents taking their positions.
This has been witnessed in Mugumoini polling station as noted by the report.
UDA party Statement on the arrest of UDA Key agents by police at Rurii ward. PHOTO|TWITTER
While bashing the incident, UDA party has urged IEBC to take note of these intimidations and condemn them, as a way of exercising Kenyans democratic rights which according to the statement shouldn't be facing such challenges in this 21st century.
UDA supporters have been urged to turn out in large numbers to condemn the act, by voting in large numbers for their preferred candidate. Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans.
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