A file photo of police officers trying to calm down a political rally.
This has been allegedly given to him by a police officer from Ndaragwa police station who knows what is happening behind the scenes.
According to the alleged officer, Ndaragwa Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Jeremiah Kioni paid the good to disrupt the meeting of the deputy president in the area.
Each of the youths who are about 300 in number was given Ksh 1500 to ensure that they heckle down the deputy president William Ruto and his allies in the area as they address.
"Hallo Dennis am a Police Officer from Ndaragwa Police Station.We are junior, we may not stop many things but we will tell you. Please just hide my identity for the sake of my job.The area MP namely as Jeremiah kioni has hired more than 300 youths paying them a token of 1500 to disrupt his Excellency the Deputy President function tomorrow.Take caution."HON. Jeremiah Ng'ayu Kioni be tagged. We know your plans.We we endelea tu..."Dennis Itumbi.
The truth of the information is however not yet known and whether Dennis Itumbi made up the story just to gain public sympathy ahead of deputy president William Ruto's meeting.
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