Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate Dr.William Ruto on a campaign rally

Should the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti conduct a raid on the deputy president’s house, political figures close to UDA flag-bearer William Ruto have pledged to teach him a lesson.

Ndindi Nyoro, a Kiharu MP, spoke at a rally in Kesses on July 25 and criticized the raid on his office, which Ruto’s team had earlier criticized.

Nyoro said that Kinoti had intended to raid the UDA candidate’s home in Karen following the raid on the office premises.

“I would like to warn a man called Kinoti, who feels like he can now go to the DP’s office and that he even intends to carry out a similar operation in Ruto’s home. If you are man enough, I dare you to even as much touch the gate let alone get into his house, you will know you don’t know,” Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro stated.

Senator Kipchumba Murkomen of Elgeyo Marakwet supported Hon.Nyoro when he said that President Uhuru Kenyatta had given the officers specific instructions to carry out the raid.

Murkomen made a suggestion that Uhuru was using the DCI to try to interfere with the August 9 polls as his political project, Azimio candidate Raila Odinga, was losing ground.

“If you have seen your project is not working, do not attempt to provoke Kenyans and their emotions by raiding offices, fighting IEBC and interfering with the electoral process,” he stated.

Nyoro declared that the Hustler Nation would not fall for the state’s trap of causing chaos in an effort to portray them as an unruly bunch.

According to Nairobi region police commander, James Mugera, police were responding to a report that election-related servers were being housed at the office. 

The proprietors of the mentioned servers, a private company, refuted the allegations and clarified that they housed mobile banking information from 18 Saccos.