Former First Lady Mama Ngina Kenyatta had today reunited with her former ex-rival Field Marshall Muthoni in a cultural ceremony that was held at Muthoni's home in Nyeri County. The ceremony was attended by Maumau veterans and the Kikuyu Council of Elders. Mama Ngina Kenyatta shaved the dreadlocks in the historic cultural event as a way of settling her differences with the leader. The event was organized by the Kikuyu Council of Elders chairman, Wachira Kiago. Mama Ngina was accompanied by Agnes Karure who is the chairlady of the women league.
The cutting of the hair was symbol of the end of an era. Field Marshall Muthoni's hair was cut to honour what President Uhuru Kenyatta had done for this nation. During the event Mama Ngina warned leaders against insulting others especially the president. However, Roselyn Akombe reacted to the event. In her remarks she claimed it is sad for what happened. She went on to say that Field Marshall Dedan Kimathi must be turning in his hidden grave.
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