The United Democratic Alliances has confirmed the arrest of it's chief Agent Brian Mbugua in the ongoing by-elections in Rurii ward in Nyandarua county. It is also reported that the party's Supervisor has also been arrested.
Through the Party's secretary, Veronica Maina , they have expressed the manner in which the police are harasing it's members citing this is part of the Intimidations they are employing. They expressed regrets that 29 years down the line after such violation of human rights is still happening.
Kenyans have also joined hand in condemning the arrest citing it's unfair competition. "Kenya is bleeding dictatorship, we are slowly going back to slavery in our own country"Kelvin said.
"Jubilee is the face of impunity.Be strong team,we shall over come.UDA party protests arrest of its Chief Agent in Nyandarua's in Rurii ward Brian Mbugua and Supervisor Daniel Githinji ." Kositany wrote. What's your take on this, Share your thoughts and follow for more updates.
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