Deputy President William Ruto's camp has unleashed a shocker message for President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga. Azimio la Umoja is giving Ruto's UDA party sleepless nights, to match up with the Raila's pace, Ruto men are closely monitoring ODM's move. Now, they are camping in Azimio's rally in Kirinyaga.
Today, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja movement is holding a political rally in Kirinyaga County. Raila's camp is matching with DP Ruto's party in Nakuru grounds after snatching Musalia Mudavadi from OKA. As a result, the pro-Uhuru men are meeting in Kirinyaga to popularize Raila's presidential bid.
However, DP Ruto's camp has sent an early morning message ahead of the rally. Hustler Nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi told off the Kieleweke team to just give up on the struggle. The former Statehouse Digital Strategist hit Raila-Uhuru men on planning violence in Kirinyaga. "Are you planning violence in your county?" He asked.
Thereafter, the pro-Ruto's pointsman warned the deep state for any chaos which may arise during the rally. "You will be held individually responsible," he warned. Ruto's camp is alerting police officers to take charge of the deep state in case of violence in the Kirinyaga rally.
Considerably, PS Karanja Kibicho has labelled today rally as "operation zuia fujo." A list of twenty-four officers is aligned to receive orders before the meeting starts.
To sum up, the hustler nation camp has developed panic ahead of Raila's mega rally in Kirinyaga. Speaking through Dennis Itumbi, Ruto's camp has advised Raila and Uhuru men to just give up. Furthermore, the camp's message alerted police on possible chaos during the rally.
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