The Jubilee Legislature Kanini Kega has reacted to the upcoming campaign tour by the deputy President William Ruto in Nyeri County just few days after the Orange Democratic Party Leader held the Azimio La Umoja conference.
Through a video from a local Tv station, the vocal legislature has cited that they don't have any problem with the Deputy President William Ruto's visit in the Mt. Kenya region citing that he has the rights to sell his agendas to the people of Nyeri as well.
Kanini Kega went ahead to tell the Nyeri Residents to actually turn out in large numbers and listen what the the Deputy President William Ruto and his team has to say.
However, Kanini warned that they will not tolerate any insults from the Deputy President William Ruto and any of his team. He told the residents that they should not stand to listen Ruto's team insult either him or the head of State.
However the Dp Ruto's Ally Dennis Itumbi has accused Kanini Kega of planning to cause chaos during the Deputy President William Ruto's tour. He warned him against that citing that the Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau has got it's intelligence on alert.
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