Senate majority whip Irungu Kang’ata has given the clearest indication that he is done with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Kieleweke side and set to return home to deputy president William Ruto’s hustler nation. In a previous interview, Kang’ata stated that he was among the founders of the hustler nation and has been the biggest marketer of DP Ruto in the Mount Kenya region.
Having adamantly refused to disown his controversial letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta, Kang’ata has already been cut off from Uhuru’s and Kieleweke’s inner circle. Three meetings have so far been held by pro-BBI politicians from the Mount Kenya region and he was not welcome. In his last radio interview, he openly stated that he was no longer afraid of losing his senate seat and did not have any issues working with the deputy president.
Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro has come out to warn Kang’ata of what he is up against as he moves to dump the BBI reggae for the hustler nation. Taking on social media, the vocal Tangatanga lawmaker told Kang’ata to prepare to be terrorized through all the state agencies. He observed that the EACC, DCI, DPP, and KRA will be on his neck going forward.
He also warned the Murang’a county senator to be ready for thorough scrutiny of his life from the primary. He submitted that it will not be easy for his having dared the power that be. However, he encouraged him to be steadfast and focus on serving the people that elected him.
“What I know about this vicious regime is that anyone leaving the Reggae Dance will be terrorized through EACC, DCI, DPP, KRA, and others. Senator Kang'ata, take this to the bank; they will follow you and review your life from Primary School kama you stole pen ya jirani. But be firm, stand with the people who elected you - not the "Use and Dump" Dynasties. We are African and Africa is our Business,” shared Ndindi Nyoro on Facebook.
This comes at a time when President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to meet all Mount Kenya political bigwigs at Sagana state lodge next week. Speculations are rife that from that meeting, Kang’ata replacement might be identified.
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