The famous deputy president William Ruto ally and point man, Dennis Itumbi has take to the social media expressing his disappointed after police officers reportedly held several Nyandarua journalists hostages.
This drama has been witnessed during a day that the ward is holding some crucial by elections.
Jubilee and UDA are facing out in the by elections, a huge smack down is expected during the by elections in the area between the two parties.
Nyandarua JOURNALISTS held hostage by Men in Black in a room at Pasenga Polling Station,.
At what Point will Deep State understand that only the People of Rurii will decide their MCA?
Bringing in Men In Black to attack Polling stations & DRIVE UDA agents & journos will FAIL!
The People of Ruriiu Ward, Nyandarua, have decided to protect their vote.
Men in Black brought in from Nairobi by the system, chased out.
The imported goons had managed to kick our UDA agents and also lock up Journalists.
Dear system, The People have DECIDED!
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