Following the signs of elections violences that were evident in Juja during the By-elections on Tuesday where United Democratic Alliance (UDA) prefered candidate emerged victorious at last, the Hustler Nation camp protested cases of intimidations of voters by the allegged deep State where police were using force to intimidate people, where several were arrested.
However, Deputy President William Ruto's de facto spokesperson for political matters and Soy MP Caleb Kositany has broken his silence over the matter, where he has laid accusations to Kiambu Governor James Nyoro for alleggedly sponsoring the intimidations of UDA supporters.
Through his Twitter social media, the former Jubilee deputy secretary general has called upon the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) proponents to redraft the paragraph in the report that the BBI Bill will eliminate election violence, while calling for taming of the Kiambu governor.
"That paragraph in BBI that will eliminate election violence,must be redrafted to tame the Kiambu governor. #BBINonsense," Kositany has penned on his Twitter handle.
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