Deputy President William Ruto's ally Dennis Itumbi has revealed that two member of Parliament who are also strong allies of President Uhuru Kenyatta have been mobilizing Nyeri residents over the past three weeks to disrupt Dp Ruto's rally ahead of his visit.
According to Itumbi post on his Facebook account, he alleged that Kieni Member of Parliament Hon Kanini Kega and Nyeri Township Hon Wambugu Ngujiri have literally mobilized over 1,600 people including boda boda riders, youths and some goons to ensure that the rally is not successful this is by booing the second in command and causing violence.
He has also revealed that huge sums of money have been promised to the boda boda riders if the mission is successful. " Boda Boda riders say they have been paid some down payment and promised Kshs. 5,000 each for the job if it happens and she's. 3,000 if no one mentions their names," Itumbi posted.
Deputy President is expected to tour in Nyeri next week in his mission of hunting for votes in the vote rich region in ensuring that he outsmart his top competitor Raila Odinga who has had a good time and support from the deep state.
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