According to Wahome Thuku those behind the Jacaranda chaos are planed by a section of UDA supporters against themselves to create an impression that they are being targeted.
Here is what advocate Wahome Thuku shared on his official facebook page alleging about UDA party!
"SO, UDA administration has decided to loop in the ICC with claims of "state sponsored" violence. This game won't work for them.
"When chaos erupted at Jakaranda grounds on Sunday an inner feeling told me it had been sponsored by UDA against themselves to create an impression. And sure enough, the chaos and violence are linked back to them. Some.of the faces have been identified and linked to a youthful UDA affiliated MP.
"What is the end game? To link their allegations to Uhuru Kenyatta. UDA wants Uhuru out of the scene after August, preferably taken away by ICC to ensure he won't be a voice in the next dispensation. It won't work.
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