Hon Johanna Ng'eno who is a member of Parliament for Emurrua Dikirr constituency ignited a hot debate online when he posted his photo outside Emurrua Dikirr Police station. (Photo of MP Ng'eno At Emurua Dikir Police station)
He further said he was camping their trying to secure the release of the UDA registration clerks who were arrested on Monday at a place called Takitech center in his constituency as they were undertaking UDA Party recruitment drive.
Perhaps, he questioned what the Constitution of Kenya states over the freedom of parties. According to him every citizen in this country is entitled to have a party of his or her choice, and said what the UDA Party clerks were doing was within the framework of the supreme constitution.
It's remembered that the politicians who are allied to the deputy president William Ruto have been seen recently leading in a mass registration of UDA Party members across the country. In some few days ago, Hon koshal Ole Tongoyo who is governor aspirant in Narok county officiated the county mass registration process in Narok county.
However, Hon Ng'eno with the Bomet County Governor met together few days ago in what was believed that they were talking about Mass registration of UDA Party.
His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them condemned the police officers for being used politically by some powerful individuals in the country. These are some of their reactions:
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