Njenga has on Wednesday stormed Nyahururu Town where he says that he visited his barber for a routine service.
The businessman who also vied for the Laikipia senatorial seat in 2017, has been requested by the residents of Nyahururu to Adress them.
As per the video that he has shared on his Facebook page, Njenga has been received by a huge crowd of residents of the region where he can be heard addressing them in the kikuyu vernacular language.
Being at night, the ex Mungiki boss has been received well by large crowds.
"Ended my day in Nyahuru Town where I visited my barber but the great peoel of Nyahururu requested to hear from me. I thank for the love and support." he has said via his Facebook page
This comes days after the former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga expressed his interest in the Laikipia County senatorial seat in the 2022 general elections.
Njenga was the former leader of MungikI militia group and his move of joining senatorial seat has since caused a stir among Kenyans.
However he has not declared the party he willbe using in his bid to become the next Laikipia boss.
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