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Police Forcefully Stops William Ruto’s Meeting in Lavington

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Police Forcefully Stops William Ruto’s Meeting in Lavington

Deputy President William Ruto’s allies on 5th April were ejected from a hotel in Lavington, Nairobi County by police officers for allegedly breaking the Covid 19 protocols set aside by the government.

Reports indicated that the Tangatanga members were scheduled to give an abrupt address on the current state of the nation focusing on the country’s debt crisis and the recently applied lockdown containment measures.

The group were ambushed by the police who seem to have been notified about the ongoing meeting by a spy who wasn’t recognised.

The former states house official Denis Itumbi complained about this uncouth behaviour by the police to shamelessly stop the meeting without any proper reasons.

The police also made sure that the group did not return to the hotel in which they had paid for to hold the meeting.

The story didn’t end there as the members claimed that the police officers who made the gravous mistake to disrupt them must face the law. It’s still unclear the main reason why the police abruptly interfered with the members without any proper reasons.

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