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"The Goons Were From Kayole" Ndindi Nyoro Breaks Silence After a Humiliating Event in Kiambaa

Kiharu MP, Ndindi Nyoro

Kiharu member of parliament, Ndindi Nyoro, has finally broken his silence after he was humiliated by a group of rowdy youths in Karuri, Kiambaa constituency. Nyoro had gone to plead with the police officers to allow a football tournament to go on.

The police officers denied him access to the venue and the legislator went ahead to address the media. In his speech the lawmaker accused president Uhuru Kenyatta of dragging Kenya back to the dark days when freedom of assembly was a privilege and not a right.

Even before Nyoro could end his speech, a group of youths donning on Jubilee party T-shirts invaded and started to shout the MP down. The youths were chanting pro Uhuru slogans as others told the parliamentarian that Kiambaa constituency is not Kiharu.

The Ruto allied MP had no choice other than leaving the venue. The police later dispersed the crowd and a state of calmness was regained.

Speaking in Banana town, Ndindi has revealed that the goons that were heckling at him came from Kayole. The Kiharu MP further added that he has gotten enough evidence that the group had been sponsored by Kiambu governor, James Nyoro.

"A whole governor who is a grown-up misusing our youths. How do you ferry goons from Kayole who are of my age to come and heckle me? Shame on you. I don't buy fear," said the bitter legislator.

Ndindi asked the people of Kiambaa to turn up in large numbers on Thursday and vote for Njuguna Wanjiku of UDA.

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