DP Ruto’s allies locked out of Uhuru Kenyatta’s function in Nakuru

    Earlier today a section of MPs allied to Deputy President William Ruto’s political outfit Tanga-tanga were on Tuesday, reportedly denied entry into President Uhuru Kenyatta’s function in Nakuru.

    The leaders led by Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika and MP David Gikaria were barred from attending the function in the county where the president is set to issue title deeds to the locals.

    MP David Gikaria (in black coat) and Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika (in spectacles) after being barred from accessing an event graced by Uhuru Kenyatta in Nakuru PHOTO/DENNIS ITUMBI (Twitter)

    According to Senator Kihika, they were locked out after ‘Orders from Above’ instructed the organizers saying the said leaders belonged to unwanted faction.

    “Earlier today the area MP Hon Gikaria and I were refused entry into a PUBLIC function where the President will be issuing Title Deeds to the people of Nakuru County. We were informed that orders from above are that we cannot be allowed entry because we belong to an Unwanted Faction! Meanwhile we are building bridges and uniting the nation 😂” posted Senator Kihika on Facebook.

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