File photo: Robert Alai during past press briefing, courtesy of Facebook.
Robert Alai, a revered blogger and social media analyst, has accused Deputy President William Ruto of orchestrating the chaos and pandemonium witnessed in the Kiambaa constituency, where Kipipiri MP Amos Kimunya was humiliated by voters.
Kimunya was chased away from the Kamuga Polling Station by angry voters.
Alai reacted to the incident by accusing Ruto of inciting the people of central Kenya against themselves.
This act, he claims, will lead to the people of the mountain region's self-destruction.
“Ruto has incited Central Kenya to rebel. “Self-destruction is on the horizon,” Alai wrote on his Twitter page.
The Kiambaa by-election pits the Jubilee Party's Kariri Njama against the United Democratic Alliance's (UDA) John Njuguna Wanjiku alias Kawanjiku.
President Uhuru Kenyatta backs Njama, while Deputy President William Ruto backs Kawanjiku.
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