Deputy president William Ruto Allies are crying for help in Ririi Ward. According to report shared by Blogger Denis Itumbi. Members of court assembly who are supposed to act as observers in the by election have locked themselves on a room where they're requesting for help. It is claimed that police officers are knocking on their door with an aim of arresting them ahead today's by election.
Ruto is expected to test his strength with this by election ahead of 2022 general election. He has fielded candidates in both Bonchari constituency and Rurii ward. His influence is growing daily. He has attracted allies from different parts of the republic of Kenya. Just recently, he hosted powerful Leaders from Nyanza region, led by former governor Honerable Jack Ranguma among other leaders. This was seen by his competitors as Away of getting into Raila's region with an aim of winning the Luo nation votes.
Here are some reactions.
"The police service do their job you just have to accept that someone is in control and the lives of innocent Kenyans will not be at the mercy corrupt people whose main aim is to of a financial muscle s when Kenyans haven't acquired enough vaccines" posted Debra.
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