The same day was a Marathon day for UDA Party members, who camped in Nyandarua County campaigning for their candidate ahead of byelection.
The hustler nation had fronted Francis Muraya Gathaiga for the seat of MCA Rurii Ward.
Yesterday, Ndindi Nyoro Mp Kiharu, through his twitter handle indicated that, the support on the ground for Francis Muraya Gathaiga was very very good.
As the voters prepare to go to the polls to elect their new MCA, IEBC has announced that, all measures were in place to ensure the smooth running of the voting exercise.
However, Denis Itumbi has revealed frustrating details that has emerged in Rurii that has created tension to UDA Supporters.
According to Itumbi, the Deep State had unleashed on UDA.
He added that, UDA party mobilizer and agents had been arrested ahead of polls by police officers who were firing guns.
Itumbi claimed that, he had received a distress texts from from one agent who claimed that, their rooms had been surrounded by police officers because of Rurii by-election.
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