Hon Irungu Kangata, who is the current Senator for Murang'a County, and also a close ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto spent his time on Thursday teaching law of succession in Gatanga, Murang'a County.(Courtesy photo)
"Spent the day teaching law of succession at Gatanga AIPCA Gatuamba. We have taught at Kandara AIPCA; Maragwa Kenol ACK Church Cathedral; Kiharu Mukuyu Bishop Gearge Church; Kiriaini ACK Church; Kigumo AIPCA Gakira. Our vision is a Murang'a County that has less intra family land disputes." He posted on his Facebook page.(Courtesy photo)
It's remembered that Hon Irungu Kangata declared long ago to run for gubernatorial seat in Murang'a County in the next poll. Notably, since he is a member of Hustler Nation movement, he is expected to use UDA party which is muchly associated with DP Ruto.
His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them lauded him for spending his time teaching law of succession in Murang'a County.
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