We were earlier on informed about DP Ruto's plans to visit Laikipia for his regular campaigns. However, details emerged their were plans to disrupt his meeting in Laikipia. According to one of Dennis Itumbi's today's posts, he confirmed that someone had leaked details of alleged plans by Maina Njenga to cause disturbance.
This was succeeded by rumours that the trip had been cancelled. Dennis Itumbi has confirmed that all these are just rumours and the trip is still on. Itumbi termed anything going around alleging cancellation of DP Ruto's trip as fake news. DP Ruto has always risked visiting several places across the country to campaign despite the gap between him and various leaders from these counties.
Posting on his Facebook page, Dennis Itumbi confirmed that nothing has changed and the trip will be there in Laikipia. This happens as DP Ruto visits different places immediately Raila leaves. Raila was previously in Laikipia for the same purpose.
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