Deputy President William Ruto's union with ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula led to the formation of Kenya Kwanza coalition which begun their tours in Nakuru County.
The DP and his team are expected to rally across the country in the company of his new Kenya Kwanza allies, but they have already started facing frustrations.
The United Democratic Alliance party digital strategist Dennis Itumbi has come out with another allegation that the Deep state and system have blocked the Kenya Kwanza team from accessing Wanguru Stadium.
Dennis Itumbi revealed that the alleged reason behind blocking the Kenya Kwanza team from Wanguru Stadium is because it is a national stadium, which made them opt to use an alternative Stadium for their Kirinyaga tour.
"Deep State and The System have blocked the Kenya Kwanza team from Wanguru Stadium, Kirinyaga County.
They say that the Stadium still belongs to National Government and has NOT been handed to the County." Dennis Itumbi wrote.
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