Deputy President William Ruto's longtime confidant Dennis Itumbi today, Sunday, brought businesses in Karuri ward to a standstill as he viciously attacked the police officers who blocked thousands of hustlers from accessing the Kariri primary school play ground.
While addressing a mammoth crowd of hustlers in Kariri ward, the former State House employee stood his ground and directed thousands of locals in Karuri ward not to be 'misguided' by the police officers whose intention was to disperse the Hustler Nation rallies ahead of Thursday's by-election.
Itumbi informed the Hustler Nation supporters to stand their ground and wade off the police officers' action of dispersing the crowd by initiating the tear gas canister at the height of UDA rally in Karuri ward.
"Don't go, we shall preach the hustler nation gospel to our people regardless of police officers' interference" Itumbi said.
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