The legislator was shocked while on his way to Nairobi on Friday, he came across a number of school buses from Nyanza in the area.
Nyoro wondered whether there were school drama festivals or school games in the central region.
"I saw the one(bus) for Rarieda High school, the other one was Kisumu High, the other one was Kondele boys. Others were Homa Bay girls, school from Siaya county...I was told that the people were attending Raila’s meeting," he said.
On Sunday morning, Professor Peter Kagwanja, former government adviser, rubbished Nyoro's claims following a successful 2-day Raila tour in Nyeri.
Throwing shade at the legislator, Kagwanja wondered how the alleged ferried supporters purported to be luos all turned out to be kikuyus.
"Hon Ndindi, just how did Raila ferry Kikuyus from Nyanza? Knowledge of geography and People is useful, my brother." Kagwanja said.
The professor is an ardent supporter of Uhuru's government with his wife currently serving in the government as CS for Energy and Petroleum .
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