Taking to his Twitter handle, Kioni has claimed that hecklers were paid by opponents to interrupt and stop his food donation.
He has stated that efforts by opponents to were aimed at stopping his activities in Ndaragwa aimed at calling for unity, continuity and progress.
He has called on DP Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) allies driving the narrative that his food donations were rejected in Nyandarua to tell the whole story of what happened.
The Ndaragwa MP has flagged the videos making rounds in social media as move by social media antics to stage videos so as to remain relevant.
"One or two hecklers paid to stop our food distribution earlier this week cannot dissuade us from this and other activities in Ndaragwa.Social media antics of staged videos, to be relevant, is 'KAWAIDA uda PROPAGANDA', tumezoea.Tell the 'WHOLE STORY BANA' .Our agenda is set.Our call for Unity, Continuity and Progress is unstoppable. The countdown is on and YES, We Know what to do," Jubilee SG Jeremiah Kioni said.
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