Migori county senator; Hon. George Mbogo Ayacko is allegedly set to interrupt DP Ruto’s rally tomorrow. Ruto will be starting his Nyanza tour on Saturday, 25 looking to strengthen his presidential bid ahead of 2022.
However, the emerging rumours show that the senator is planning evil against DP Ruto. He is planning to disrupt his camp – he is allegedly claimed to have organised a section of youth who will chaos to Ruto.
In addition, George is said to have instructed the youths to boo Ruto while he addresses – they will thereafter stone DP Ruto’s motorcade trying to cause tension, and fear to hustler nation movement.
However, the self-proclaimed hustler nation spokesperson, Dennis Itumbi divulged the plans the UDA battalion have to withstand the reported violence set for tomorrow.
Itumbi reveals that they will not bow down to the pressure instead – they shall remain stronger, and proceed to their plans for Migori residents. “booing and stoning Ruto’s motorcade tomorrow will just make us stronger,” he wrote on his Facebook account.
In his coda, former state house digital strategist warned the senator, “we no longer buy fear – we shall be there tomorrow” he said. He would later inform him to pay more money to the goons and the youths.
What do you think about the said chaos? Do you think Ruto will make it away from Raila’s bedroom without being pelted? Please share your opinions in the comment section below.
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