Former Jubilee deputy vice chairman, Hon Caleb Kositany, who is a close Ally of deputy president William Ruto and a representative of Soi constituency has reacted after UDA's chief campaiger in Rurii Ward got arrested this morning.
While reacting to the matter, Hon Kositany assured supporters that they will win despite of the intimidations from Police and rival competitor as he condemned the matter.
Taking to his Twitter account, Hon Caleb Kositany said that Jubilee is the face of impunity claiming that it is responsible for all that is going on. "Jubilee is the face of impunity. Be strong team, we shall overcome," said Hon Caleb Kositany. "UDA party protests arrest of its chief agent in Nyandarua, Rurii ward Brian Mbugua and supervisor Daniel Githinji," he added.Voting is currently going on well and we will update you in anything, despite some problems that were wondering earlier in the morning. Share this article with your friends and remember to follow us.
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