Dennis Itumbi has come out on his social media account to comment on the ongoing by elections in Bonchari.
He has alleged that the Candidate that has been supported by His Excellence the Interior Cabinet Minister could be loosing the seat.
He went on to remind the Cabinet Secretary to act swiftly.
In the ongoing Bonchari by-election, several officials from the ODM and UDA parties have been detained.
The parties issued separate statements on Tuesday afternoon protesting the arrests and accusing police of coercion.
Four members of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party have been arrested on "flimsy grounds," according to the party's Youth League President John Ketora and Director of Youth Affairs Benson Musungu.
The Youth League officials were apprehended as they were on their way to Suneka Baraza Hall Polling Station to deliver food to our party agents, according to the party.
"Please CS @FredMatiangi your candidate in Bonchari is struggling, amka tafadhali, tumia kifua bwana! Guns Vote, ama ni handcuffs....Alaaaaar!" Itumbi's message
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