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GSU seal off Nabongo Mumia grounds Mudavadi and Wetangula forced to attend BBI


GSU at Nabongo Mumia grounds. PHOTO | WAFULA M.
GSU at Nabongo Mumia grounds. PHOTO | WAFULA M.

National Police Service deploy hundred of General Service Unit(GSU) officers in Western over BBI meeting after the ANC and Ford Kenya leaders vowed to stick on the agenda.


GSU spent a night Nabongo Mumia grounds where the Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula were to hold the Mumias revival meeting in Parrarel with the BBI meeting at Bukhungu stadium where the President and the ODM leader are expected attend.


" This is just a misuse of state machinery. How can 50 lorries of GSU come to western because of BBI parallel meeting? Can this GSU be taken to Lamu where security is not warranted? This is just intimidation. Are we building bridges or burning the bridges? " ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi claimed.




" Very early in the morning hundreds of GSU officers visited my home. They said the only option is to go to BBI and show unity. Or else I remain indoors. This is anarchy." he added.



COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli on Saturday said the two leaders did not have any option than staying at home or attend BBI meeting at Bukhungu. The state machinery today is implementing the directives.

GSU at Nabongo Mumia grounds. PHOTO | WAFULA M.
GSU at Nabongo Mumia grounds. PHOTO | WAFULA M.

Ford Kenya leader could not be handled differently. GSU officers also surrounded his rural home. The Nabongo Mumia ground is not accessible to anybody until the BBI meeting is over at Bukhungu stadium.

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