Ruto allies: Police disperse UDA members with teargas in Nakuru

Police officers have dispersed Deputy President, William Ruto allies with teargas following an organized rally in Nakuru.

Cars belonging to Ruto allies emerge from the cloud of smoke. Courtesy

According to several videos doing rounds on social media, a motorcade, believed to be transporting UDA members to the rally, was emerging from a cloud of smoke from the teargas.

Reports indicate that more than seven politicians, allied to the Deputy President, were expected at the rally for the support of their UDA candidate.

However, due to the blockage of the road by police officers, the youth begun to riot as they were not allowed to pass and head to the venue for the rally.

A video seen by HELLO NEWS, showed a number of politicians including, MP Mohamed Ali, Senator Susan Kihika, and MP John Kiarie, approached the barricade to know the cause of their blockage.

Later on, the UDA campaigns commenced at their headquarters stationed in Nakuru County.

Ali gun scandal

Earlier, Nyali Member of Parliament Mohamed Ali was called out by one of the politicians for walking in the parliament with a gun. However, he immediately apologized to the members says every human makes mistakes.

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