The campaign team from United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party linked to Deputy President William Ruto has today found things very unusual on the ground in Kiambaa Constituency.
Starting from being blocked by heavily armed police officers from accessing Karuri Primary School where they had booked to hold their final match tournament before heading for a planned mega rally to being chased away by rowdy crowds.
Just from the video which has surfaced online this evening, one of the top vocal allies of the Chief hustler DP Ruto coming from Mount Kenya region, Kiharu MP Ndidi Nyoro, has been forced to run away from the rowdy youths who were making heavy chants at him telling him to go away.
You can as well see the vocal MP trying to cool the rowdy crowd down but with no success, only to remain with an option of leaving peacefully as they command.
The large part of the crowd has mostly been suspected to be Kariri Njama's ground supporters as they can also be heard mentioning his name alongside that of Jubilee party and Uhuru Kenyatta at the presence of Ndidi Nyoro who is currently camping at DP Ruto's UDA and hustler nation camp.
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