The IEBC has finally spoken out about an incident that occurred yesterday, in which Kenya's deputy president, Honorable William Ruto, was allegedly stoned together with numerous UDA members, injuring one UDA politician. According to a news report supplied by a reputable source of information, Kenya's vice president, who addressed a rally in Jacaranda Grounds, was confronted with aggressiveness after allegedly being accosted by unknown persons.
According to police accounts, this occurred after members of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and supporters of Kenya's former prime minister battled. The IEBC has requested that the director of public prosecution, Noordin Hajji, conduct an investigation into the incident in order to determine what happened. The IEBC has stated that they do not have the authority to prosecute the suspects in their findings.
Kenyans who took to their various social media accounts to share their ideas and suggestions in response to the tragedy have called on the Inspector General of Police and the Director of Criminal Investigations to undertake an inquiry to determine who was responsible for the attack. Most Kenyans, according to sources, believe it is sad that the government has failed to take action to address the growing number of chaotic political gatherings, despite the fact that the country is currently gearing up for general elections.
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