The recently formed party by Tangatanga allies has been giving other parties nightmare.The United Democracy Alliance offices has been attacked today by rowdy youth.Following the Itumbi's message,he had revealed those who were behind the incidence.Itumbi's claimed that the youth were ferried by bus to distrust all the activities in the UDA offices in Nairobi.
UDA party has a wheelbarrow as the main symbol and the party slogan as Hustler nation on Kazi ni Kazi.Deputy president William Ruto has been distanced himself fro the party.His allies has always insisted that the party is among the Jubilee coalition.
According to the Amos,he has said" Babu owino and Kamanda sent hooligans to attack Hustler centre. Honestly this is very low of them and using Hustlers in the manner which Raila Odinga described them Takataka. But it's all good ,Kenyans are watching and know who are leaders and who are the citizens enemies"
Boni Khalwale has send this message to Kibicho after the incidence.He is among the closest allies of DP Ruto.
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