President Uhuru Kenyatta has been enjoying support from many parts of the nation especially from his Mt. Kenya backyard. He has been referring to Mt. Kenya as his bedroom but ever since Deputy President William Ruto invaded the region, things have not been the same.
On 11th this month, President Uhuru Kenyatta will be heading to Kirinyaga for the Mashujaa day celebrations but prior to his trip, tension has been raised high after the government through PS Karanja Kibicho delivered worrying news that has left many Kenyans asking themselves if there is a looming war or what.
According to reports, Karanja Kibicho stated that the government has received intelligence that some politicians are mobilizing goons to cause chaos in that event. If that is the case, then the security personnel will be ready to face those goons and it will probably be messy.
"Mashujaa Day Preparations: PS Karanja Kibicho says government has received intelligence that some politicians are mobilising goons to cause chaos during the Mashujaa Day celebrations in Kirinyaga. Kibicho says govt will not entertain any rowdiness." Tweeted NTV Kenya.
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