The political season is heating up in Kenya, as Kenyans prepare for the August 9th general election, which is believed to be a watershed event in the country's history.
Despite the rising political heat, Hustler Nation Spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has claimed that two prominent United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party officials are being targeted for detention.
Itumbi claims that the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has been ordered to detain two top UDA personnel who assisted in the last UDA elections.He claims that the DCI has been ordered to detain the UDA's National Elections Chair, Antony Mwaura, and the party's Disputes Resolution Vice-Chair, Mary Wambui.
The two could be arrested on bogus charges that the authorities know would not hold up in court."Find anything, anything, and arrest the two," the instructions said.
Kifua. Kiburi. Madharau, Madharau, Madharau, Madharau, Mad "Itumbi explains.The conspiracy to arrest two prominent UDA party executives who just delivered at the party nominations, according to Itumbi, is another attempt by Deep State to frighten the party ahead of the August elections.
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