Murang'a County Senatorial aspirant Pius Kinuthia has alleged a plan by United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party leaders and those of Governor Mwangi Wairia's Usawa Kwa Wote Party to disrupt Raila Odinga's meeting in the region.
Taking to the social media, the politician claimed that he is aware of a meeting planned by the two parties tomorrow, Thursday, January 27 aimed at mobilizing goons to protest against the ODM party leader who is expected to hold a mega rally in county at Ihura Stadium on Saturday, January 29.
"I'm aware there is a planned meeting on Thursday by both UDA and Usawa Kwa Wote to mobilize goons to disrupt Baba's meeting with the people of Murang'a on Saturday at Ihura Stadium," he wrote.
Raila began his Murang'a tour on Monday where he was welcomed by the County Woman Representative Sabina Chege. He held a meeting with leaders from the region at Thika Golf Club before talking to the residents at Thika Greens.
Mathioya Constituency MP Jeremiah Kioni and Sabina are the top leaders from the region drumming support for Raila while Ndindi Nyoro of Kiharu and Alice Wahome of Kandara are the lead critics.
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