Former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga made an appearance at the Wiper Party prayer meeting in Machakos, which was graced by opposition leader Raila Odinga. Njenga has disclosed the repercussions faced by individuals who invited Raila to Mukami Kimathi's burial.
According to Njenga, all those who extended an invitation to Raila for Mukami's burial were dismissed from their positions. He revealed that a faction of leaders did not want the former prime minister to attend the burial ceremony.
To hear Njenga's revelation, you can watch the video starting from 0:36 by clicking on the following link:
Njenga further explained that he had to go into hiding after learning that he was being targeted. At times, he sought refuge at Raila and Kalonzo's residences.
"I had a conversation with Raila recently, where I informed him about being attacked by thieves. They came at 4 am and raided six houses. I was not afraid and challenged them to find me. There were times when I stayed at Kalonzo's place, but he was unaware that I was being pursued. I was also prevented from attending Mukami Kimathi's event. Today, I want to inform you, Baba, that all those people who invited you were dismissed. They have been searching for me all month while I was in hiding," said Maina Njenga, the former Mungiki leader.
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