Azimio-One Kenya Alliance Rally (Mt Kenya Chapter) ended prematurely on Friday evening after KANU & Jubilee Party Aspirants in Kikuyu Constituency engaged in an Ugly drama forcing locals free for their safety before the situation worsened.
According to the reports by Kenyans. coke, Owen Ndung'u (Jubilee Party) was seen throwing notes of undisclosed value to the supporters from the sunroof of his campaign vehicle, disrupting the rally.
Those attending the rally scampered to pick up some of the money as the vehicle snaked through Kikuyu, consequently bringing the political gathering to an abrupt end.
But responding to the reports, Jubilee's Owen Ndung'u said that he didn't notice that Azimio allies led by his rival were conducting their Rally before he bought supper for his supporters.
But this comes barely hours after confirmed reports indicated that the duo is expected to meet during Azimio's Marathon Tour of Muranga, Kiambu before converging at Kasarani Stadium in the afternoon for the Grand Finale Rally where sources reveal Uhuru is also expected to grace the occasion to throw his weight behind Raila's 2022 Presidential Bid.
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