Irungu Kangata is one of the most famous political leaders in the republic of Kenya. He is the current Senator for Murang'a county and he is among the most outspoken legislators in the country. Mr Kangata has served in various offices in the goverment of Kenya where of late, he served as the majority whip in the Senate before being axed by the Jubilee party. On top of that, Mr Kangata is one of the stunch supporters of the deputy president hon William Ruto.
Now, some few minutes ago, hon Irungu Kangata picked an online war with the women representetive of Murang'a county hon Sabina Chege over the violation of the election rules in the country. Mr Kangata blamed Mrs Chege for campaigning for jubilee candidate in the Juja by-elections. Mr Kangata's statement comes at a time when Mrs Chege is on a live interview with Kameme FM.￼
"Why is Hon Sabina Women rep Muranga campaigning for Juja Jubilee candidate on Kameme FM while it's on the voting day?" Said Mr Kangata.
In Kenya, the law dictates that the campaigns for any elections should come to a stop 48 hours before the election day. That is why Mr Kangata blasted at Mrs Sabina Chege.
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