Did Sabina Pay Youths To Heckle Ruto As Insinuated By Tanga Tanga?

Deputy President and 2022 presidential hopeful, William Ruto is expected to attend a fundraising initiative at AIPCA church, Kenol in Muranga County.

Kiharu Member of Parliament revealed that Deputy President and the hustlers Nation will be in Muranga on Sunday 4th. “Kesho tuko Kenol, Murang’a na Hustler #1. Karibuni nyote. We are African and Africa is our Business,” Ndindi Said.

Just a few days he had a meeting with youths at his office in what critics interpreted as ensuring all things will run as planned and that mobilization has been done satisfactorily.

Just before the anticipated visit by Deputy President William Ruto in Muranga, Denis Itumbi revealed some shocking details.

Itumbi, who is Tanga Tanga Online strategist claimed that Mt Kenya leaders have planned some youths to heckle and boo down Deputy President. Through his Social Media accounts, Itumbi regretted how some MPs from rival group, Kieleweke has run out ideas.

In a Video he posted online, a young lady is seen pleading with angry youths to spare her from a possible through beating.

The lady seemed to have a serious head injury on the right side of her head. The lady claimed to have been ferried from Thika to heckle Deputy President. She claimed they were to be paid Ksh 1,000.

Screengrab of a video circulated by Itumbi.

Some serious questions emerge from the allegations.
If it were true, where were the other youths? Why did they corner only one young lady?
If it were true, why are the angry mob trying to force the victim to admit they were sent by Hon. Sabina Chege?
If it were true, then those angry mob were thugs, no way you can watch a woman grief and die in pain. They could have taken her to the hospital.

Some Reactions from Kenyans.

One Kenyan claimed the incident was stage-managed and scripted. Who Knows?

This visit by Deputy President to Mt Kenya region, comes after Jubilee Secretary General called out Ruto over outright insubordination and attempt to take over power at Jubilee Party  headquarters while Party leader President Uhuru Kenyatta was outside the country.

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