The Senate Parliament during a session proceedings. (Photo courtesy).
Murang'a Senator Dr Irungu Kang'ata, who is a staunch ally to Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his political camp Tangatanga, has today caused a stir and embarrassed his camp after logging in to the Senate proceedings today while in a bar drinking.
According to the video which has been shared by the communication strategist Lord Abraham Mutai, Kang'ata logged into the parliament proceedings while in a bar along Thika road drinking. Where the Speaker Kenneth Lusaka stopped him from speaking saying that he is out of order, for logging into the parliament session while in a bar after his colleague senators identified the place where he was to be a bar.
https://twitter.com/ItsMutai/status/1437772494786674710?s=19. This action has surprised some Kenyans forcing some of them to reply. Some of them said that Tangatanga camp is done politically after Kang'ata exposed them with such a bad character.
Here are some of their reactions on Twitter:
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