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All Hustlers Told Not To Watch Citizen TV As DP Ruto's Ally Claims This After Sunday's Night News

Deputy President William Ruto and his Tangatanga brigade on Sunday stormed Kieni Constituency, Nyeri County for a holy mass at Mbiriri Full Gospel Churches of Kenya.

The Hustler Nation clerk was flanked with the Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata, Kiambu Women Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro, Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua, Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung'wah, newly elected Kiambaa MP John Njuguna among other UDA allied legislators.

However, the dramatic scene erupted after Kieni residents walked up to shocking incident where they found a mountain of huge soil barricaded across the road that DP Ruto was supposed to use. According to allegations, it was claimed that President Uhuru Kenyatta's close associate Hon Kanini Kega had sponsored rowdy youths to block DP Ruto's entrance in Kieni Constituency.

The push your pull wrangles between UDA supporters and Kanini Kega's allied youths intensified forcing the angry locals to intervene and removed the heap of the soil from the road to pave way for Tangatanga lawmakers' entrance.

While airing news on Sunday night, the Citizen TV's headline pertaining DP Ruto's tour in Nyeri (NYERI MOBS STONE RUTO) was received on a bad note by a section of DP Ruto's allies which has occasioned the issuance of instructions to all Hustler Nation die hard supporters to stop watching Citizen TV over biasness claims.

According to Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi, all Hustler Nation supporters have been directed to desist from watching Citizen TV citing that due it alleged biasness, DP Ruto's supporters will instead rely on other alternative sources of information like Social media and credible sites.

"I advise the Hustler Nation to desist from watching Citizen TV Kenya. They are taking us back to the dark days of KANU and KADU where biased news was a norm. We can update ourselves using alternative sources like social media platforms" he posted on Facebook.

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John Njuguna Kieni Kimani Ichung'wah Ndindi Nyoro Nyeri County


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