Residents from Mathira Constituency have blocked the roads and lit tyres on the roads to protest the dramatic arrest of the vocal Deputy President William Ruto ally by the DCI sleuths, demanding the release of their member of parliament immediately.
The area member of parliament from Mathira Nyeri County is a strong ally to the Deputy president William Ruto and a strong supporter of Hustler movement. It is said that Director of criminal investigation officers are in his home in Nyeri in order to arrest him in allegations of curruption chargers facing him. The member of parliament have constantly said that the director of criminal investigation is being used by people who are not supporting the Deputy president William Ruto to frustrate him in order not to support Ruto's presidential bid.
The member of parliament was taken to Nairobi from Nyeri this morning making the residents more angry and demanding for his immediate release or not, no business will go on in Nyeri
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