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Anger in Kiambaa as Police Block a "Tanga-tanga" Event

Deputy President William Ruto Acknowledging Greetings from Supporters

The police this afternoon blocked a "Tanga-tanga" event that was organised for Kiambaa youth. The police were seen barricading the entrance of a school where the event was supposedly planned to happen. The organiser had hoped to to have a tournament for the youth in the School. However Kiharu member of Parliament honorable Ndindi Nyoro complained of police harassment. While speaking to the media during the crisis Mr. Nyoro accused governor James Nyoro of using the police to undermine their events. He reiterated that they will not cause chaos because they are law-abiding citizens.Kiharu Member of Parliament Honourable Ndindi Nyoro addressing the Media after the botched event

On 15th July, the people of Kiambaa constituency will be heading to the ballot to elect their member of Parliament after the death of Mr. Konange. In this by-election, the president is set to go head-to-head with his deputy, William Samoei Ruto. Many quarters have reported that this will be a "do or die" engagement among the two top leaders. Mr. Ruto wishes to flex his muscles in the vote rich mount Kenya region, while the president is keen to maintain his district.Police Officers Barricading the entrance of the School

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