Deputy President William Ruto’s online strategist Dennis Itumbi has alleged plot by Igembe North MP Richard Maore Maoka to profile United Democratic Alliance (UDA) supporters as violent.According to Itumbi the legislator told Azimio – One Kenya allied confidants with Interior Security Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i that they would stage manage violence today, Friday, 15th July, 2022.
They allegedly purport to pelt stones at Matiang’i when he tours the area and pour the blame to Ruto’s UDA party.
“That MP Richard Maoka Maore last evening told some confidants that together with Fred Matiangi, they would stage manage violence today, Friday, July 15, 2022. The plan as narrated by MP Richard Maoka Maore and captured by HNIB agents, is to have stones thrown at Matiangi when he visits Igembe North later today” said Itumbi.
He also informed that MP Maore Maoka has already printed and distributed UDA t-shirts to the rowdy youths that are expected to execute the task of pelting stones at the CS. The idea is perceived to sanitize the recent ugly political mayhem where DP Ruto’s running mate nominee Rigathi Gachagua was whisked to safer place by security officers after Kenya Kwanza and Azimio supporters clashed.
“Already, MP Richard Maoka Maore, has printed UDA T-shirts to be distributed to the Stone Throwers. The idea is to sanitize Violence caused by Azimio goons affiliated to MP Maoka recently, and targeting Running Mate Rigathi Gachagua. They will then profile UDA as a violent party” he added.
Itumbi called the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) to probe into the raised matter take the relevant action against the perpetrators.
He also told the legislator in the matrix of mating violence against Matiang’i that the International Criminal Court (ICC) might be his destination after the August election.
“Dear, Press Conference Vixens – National Cohesion and Integration Commission – consider this as an official report on the intention to cause violence. HNIB agents are reminding Matiang’i and MP Richard Maoka Maore, that when the Hague calls, it will be about Individual Responsibility” Itumbi said