Ruto allied leaders have continued to condemn the intimidation of UDA Supporters at London Ward today.
Dp was the first person to point a finger at the police for using excessive force against his Supporters during the campaigns.
Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata asserted that Kenya must remain a free and democratic country since our forefathers lost their lives fighting for these ideals.
“I condemn Nakuru police for curtailing hustlers supporting Mps’, Freedom of Association and Assembly by tear gassing .They were peacefully campaigning for their candidate,” Irungu Kang’ata said.
Mp Kikuyu Kimani Ichungwah condemned the acts of desperate people who believe in the power of brute force instead of convincing the people to vote for their candidate.
He regretted that democracy is being taken back to the 90’s a year to the general elections it must concern everyone who believes in Democracy
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Bahati Member of Parliament Ngunjiri Kimani hit on the president Uhuru Kenyatta for working with Raila Odinga and neglecting people who voted for him.
“The use of police in electoral processes to intimidate voters are characteristics of despotic failed states & a precursor to greater injustices against the civilian population.@IntlCrimCourt be on the watch,you have seen these signs before,” Kimani Ichungwah asserted.