Vocal Kieleweke Member of Parliament for Kieni Constituency has revealed where he spent his Sunday amid high speculstions by Tangatanga faction that he was behind chaos witnessed in Kieni where the Deputy President William Ruto and his Hustler Nation lieutenants were supposed to attend a church service. Chaos erupted hours before the church service started with goons allegedly hired by Kieleweke leaders started causing mayhem and disturbance. Although calmness was restored and the service progressed as planned, Tangatanga leaders accused the area member of Parliament Hon. Kanini Kega as the person behind the fracas. Earlier this week Kega had dared the Tangatanga leaders to bring the challenge on.
However, according to the post Kanini Kega has shared on his Facebook page, he alongside other Kieleweke members. Kega was accompanied by Ndaragwa Member Of Parliament Jeremiah Kioni and Nyeri Town MP attended a church service at PEFA Church In Naro Moru withi Nyeri County.
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