Self-proclaimed Hustler's spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has alleged that there are currently men in black in Rurii ward Nyandarua county, the men are reportedly holding hostage the journalists who are supposed to be reporting the ongoing happenings.
He has also alleged that the men in black have been dispatched by deep state to attack polling stations and drive out UDA agents. However, Dennis has reminded the deep state that all these will to save them and that the people of Rurii ward are the ones to determine their next MCA.
"Nyandarua journalists held hostage by Men in Black in a room at Pasenga Polling Station. At what Point will Deep State understand that only the People of Rurii will decide their MCA?. Bringing in Men In Black to attack Polling stations and drive UDA agents and journalists will fail!". Itumbi stated.
The ongoing by-elections have been characterized by accusations of threats and intimidations by the state which is aimed at delivering the seats to the Jubilee party. Both Juja and Bonchari Parliamentary by-elections have seen the Orange Democratic Movement party reconsider their pact with Jubilee party.
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