Vocal Tangatanga Senator for Murang'a County Irungu Kang'ata has aimeda dig at President Uhuru Kenyatta over the Pandora papers that left the Kenyatta family badly exposed. The Former majority whip said that they thought that the Deputy President William Ruto would also be named in the Pandora papers given the many corruption allegations following him. Irungu Kang'ata was speaking at Inooro TV on Tuesday morning hosted by Kamau Kang'ethe. Kang'ata said that the Deputy President William Ruto Camp is not for leaders seeking refuge in UDA Party. The Senator said that the leaders following hustler nation movement allied to the Deputy President are there because of his development agendas. Kang'ata said that those in the Kieleweke Camp are the one being protected by the government.
"We thought that the Deputy President William Ruto would be mentioned in those leaked Pandora papers having in mind he's always being accused of being corrupt," ranted Irungu Kang'ata.
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