Outgoing Majority Whip Irungu Kang'ata has she'd more light about his next Political move and what he will do in the next few weeks. Kang'ata has faced the same fate that befell former majority Whip Susan Kihika. The Senator defended himself from claims that he dug his own grave as the party Secretary General alleged. Kang'ata was speaking on Citizen TV on Tuesday night, hosted by Waihiga Mwaura.
"I didn't instigate my ouster, my ouster was instigated by my outside forces and those who did so should carry the baggage. I will support any good agenda that will be brouyby the government. Any good ideas, that will help poor people I will support," said Kang'ata
The Senator also made it clear that he regrets nothing about his controversial letter. Kang'ata said that his parents are the who who ought to be blamed because they are the one who taught him to always tell the truth.
"I'm very happy, If there's any blame It should go to my parents, they are the ones who took me took to church and that's where I was taught to speak the truth. There was no iota of a lie in my letters. I said what my people told me," revealed Kang'ata
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