Deputy president today was in Nakuru county attending he burial of Chief of staff Ken.
The deputy president was accompanied by some tangatanga leaders, close friends and family members including Mama Racheal.
However, senator Irungu Kangatta was not among the guest who accompanied the second in command.
Questions have emerge in where the vocal senator have been.
But now it's evident that the vocal politician did not attend the function since he had other functions in Muranga county.
As seen on his official Facebook page, Irungu Kangatta was talking to Kiharu UDA mobilisers.
Irungu had the opportunity to explain to them what they intend to do county government roles as set out by fourth schedule of the Constitution efficiently.
He said Tangatanga key agenda is the first Healthcare, the second Wars Development Fund, the third Minimal Grantees Fro Certain Agricultural products. Irungu has declared his interest to run for Muranga governorship on UDA party ticket.
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