Chaos has reportedly erupted in president Uhuru Kenyatta's political backyard after an irate residence staged a protest against the United Democratic Alliance party led by deputy president Dr. William Ruto as they accuses him of doing the following to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC).
As seen reported by top ODM Blogger Disembe Dikembe, the irrate residence has accused DP Ruto of bribing the Electoral body with 500k to lockout Chama Cha Kazi Candidate linked with Hon Moses Kuria out of the upcoming by-election. This comes after Moses Kuria through his official Facebook page accused UDA of playing dirty by locking his candidate out of Kiagu ward by-election. Hon Kuria has however stated that he will be moving to the high court to challenge the decision.
"Violence rocks Kiagu, South Imenti as residents accuse UDA of colluding with @IEBCKenya to lock out a candidate on @HonMoses_Kuria’s Chama Cha Kazi ticket. If UDA is that popular, why are these citizens demonstrating? LET THE PEOPLE Decide," Dikembe reported
Below are photos showing how things are in Kagu.
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