Jubilee Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni now says that police officers seem to be favouring UDA in the Mt. Kenya region.
Addressing the press on Tuesday, Kioni claimed that police officers seem to be allowing and encouraging hecklers during Jubilee and Azimio campaigns in Mt. Kenya.
Kioni urged the police to be neutral during the electioneering period as different groups campaigned across the country.
"We want the police to be impartial. As we move around the country, even when we move around Mt Kenya we see some individuals behaving in a manner that is likely to suggest that there more inclined towards UDA than neutrality.
"When UDA hecklers come around, they seem to encourage them but when our young people seem like they want to protest, they're arrested and harassed. Our police officers, we want neutrality from them, as it is today they're favoring UDA. They deploy more officers when UDA has their meetings and they allow all sorts of heckling when we are having our Jubilee or Azimio meetings," Kioni told journalists.
On the other hand, a section of UDA allied leaders have complained of police harassment in mt Kenya region.
Recently, Governor Anne Waiguru alleged that UDA leaders and supporters had been arrested in Kirinyaga County.