The former State House employee Dennis Itumbi who is currently working with the Deputy President as his digital strategist has unearthed a plan by Migori Senator to humiliate DP Ruto tomorrow during his tour to Migori.
According to Dennis Itumbi, the Migori Senator Hon Ochilo George Mbogo Ayacko is currently mobilizing goons who will be used to disrupt DP Ruto's rally in Migori tommorow.
"The mobilization you are reportedly currently doing, the goons you are allegedly engaging will not deliver the governor seat you are seeking.", Dennis Itumbi posted on his Facebook account.
The allegations by Dennis Itumbi against the Migori Senator come a few days after presidential candidate Jimmy Wanjigi's motorcade was pelted with stones in Migori.
Migori County which is within Nyanza region is regarded to be one of the strongholds for the former Prime Minister of Kenya Raila Odinga. For a long time, it is known for political intolerance where politicians are attacked by supporters of their opponents.
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