Political leaders in Kiambaa continue to do their final touches ahead of by election which is scheduled to take place next week. Despite, the issue of covid-19, there have been large crowd of people turning up for political rallies and to make the matters worse no one is adhering to the health protocols being led by their leaders.
However, DP Ruto's blogger Denis Itumbi has made allegations that police officers are being used to disrupt their activities in the region. Itumbi who is among the DP Ruto's ally leading in the UDA campaign said that earlier on today, police officers stopped hustler football final urging that deep state and jubilee are working together.
He went ahead by claiming that they were further denied a chance of addressing their supporters. In my own opinion, I think that we are in a democratic country and the government should let the police do their job. Police Officers also should be independent they should never allow to be used by the government to intimidate others.
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