Protesters gathered at DP Ruto's Karen Residence gate singing Azimio, while referring to Simon Mbugua, the UDA candidate for Starehe, according to a video shared by ODM MP Peter Kaluma on his Twitter account.
According to MP Kaluma, the masses must have been yelling Azimio and protesting the imposition of Simon Mbugua.
This happened, according to the reports,after Jaguar was denied access to meet Deputy President William Ruto.
Simon Mbugua, a former EALA Member of Parliament, defeated Jaguar in last month's UDA nominations.
Jaguar has, however, announced that he will seek for re-election as the Starehe Member of Parliament on an independent ticket.
Losers of party nominations have also gone into opposition and transferred to independent status, indicating that they will continue to vie for elected seats.
Deputy President William Ruto, on the other hand, has convinced many of them to back those who won nominations and that losers will be given alternative posts.
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