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2 Politicians allied with UDA arrested after they were accused of planning to disrupt Karua event

Two politicians allied with the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) are behind bars after they were accused of planning to disrupt an event for Azimio La Umoja's running mate, Martha Wangari Karua.

A source privy to the issue confirmed that UDA coordinator in Kirinyaga, Don Bosco, and the county's Majority Leader, James Kamau, were picked by police on the night of Monday, May 16.

Bosco was allegedly picked up from his home but it is not clear where Kamau was arrested at.

"So far, UDA coordinator and the Majority Leader, who is the senatorial candidate, have been arrested. Each individual was arrested separately. Bosco was arrested at his home at night.

"Martha was to come here together with Raila Odinga. The allegation is that the leaders planned to heckle," stated a the source.

The police are yet to reveal the motive of the arrests by the time of this publishing.

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