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DP Ruto Outsmarts Police Who Tried To Stop His Jacaranda Rally

The police who were sent to Jacaranda to block DP Ruto's rally finally leave the place

by Mambo Mseto Editor
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At the Jacaranda grounds, where police officers arrived in large numbers to prevent DP Ruto from holding his rally, there was a lot of tension. DP Ruto, on the other hand, was not in a hurry to enter because he was attending a church service in Roysambu. Senator Sakaja led him to the church so he could speak to the congregation.

Senator Sakaja stated during his address that the police officers who had been stationed at the Jacaranda grounds had finally left. He said that the cops were forced to leave because of the church members’ prayers. Senator Sakaja went on to say that if the deep state can’t harass DP Ruto, they won’t be able to manage him.

He advised people to keep supporting him because the goal is to improve Nairobi and stop the country’s current political mess. The congregation erupted in applause as he said this.

As the conflict between DP Ruto and Uhuru’s government escalates, tensions remain high. This follows the drama that unfolded at Jacaranda, where police stormed the venue and swarmed the ground to prevent DP Ruto from attending the rally. Ndindi Nyoro, on the other hand, has stated that this will never happen and that they must enter the stadium after the church session.

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Police at the Jacaranda grounds

He stated that even if all highways and airlines are closed, the opponents must still make it to Jacaranda for the major event. He claims that opponents are barring roads to any rallies in order to avoid being exposed for what they are doing to Kenyans.

As a result, Raila has proceeded to pile more problems on top of each other in order to prevent DP Ruto and his colleagues from exercising their diplomatic powers. The ground has gotten increasingly difficult, and the fight to obtain access to State House is gaining ferocious momentum.

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