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"It Will End In Tears," Millicent Omanga Spells Doom for the Handshake

In the last few days, the ODM and UDA parties have been lamenting about police harassment amidst various by-elections which are taking place today.

Last week, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria revealed that he has been forced to dress in a 'buibui' every time he lands in Juja to campaign for George Koimburi who is vying for Juja parliamentary seat on Kuria's party PEP.

The ODM party has also been pointing fingers at the Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i for using police to harass and intimidate their party officials who have been campaigning for ODM candidate for Bonchari parliamentary seat Pavel Oimweke.

In the midst of these hullabaloo, Tangatanga Women Rep Millicent Omanga has delivered some bad news to the ODM party.

Through her twitter account, she has condemned the kind of terror which is being subjected to UDA agents, supporters and candidates in the ongoing by-elections.

Omanga has also opened up on the ongoing Bonchari elections where the ODM party is complaining about harassment. Based on this, she has hinted of an unpleasant ending of the handshake truce between the ODM party and Jubilee.

"The kind of terror meted on UDA agents, supporters and candidates in the past and today's by-elections is regrettable. I also understand ODM is crying in Bonchari. This could be the best example of "it will end in tears," penned Omanga.

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