Kenyan politics is drawing bold headlines everywhere you go. All eyes set on the Deputy president William Ruto and former Prime minister Raila Odinga, who are eying for the presidential seat. These two aspirants seem to compete equally and anyone can have it.
Well, quite a number of UDA allies have been arrested this week. Here is the list;
He is the current Nairobi county Assembly speaker. He was arrested on 20th of April. Sources indicates that, Itumbi opened up after his arrest claiming that, Mutura was arrested because of a political intimidation. Mutura is a UDA ally after he was welcomed by DP Ruto to the UDA camps at Nairobi.
2. Samson Cherargei.
He the current senator for Nandi. Sources shows that, Samson has opened up this afternoon on his social media account and confirmed that, "I have been arrested and taken to Nairobi." As quoted.
The reason for his arrest is yet to be known. Samson is a strong UDA ally from Nandi county.
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