Kikuyu Member of Parliament Kimani Ichungwa has allegedly threatened to share CS Matiangi's WhatsApp messages which are abusive if the CS fails to unblock him.
On his latest post on twitter this evening, the vocal legislator has asked UDA spokesman Dennis Itumbi to talk to CS Matiang'i not to block him after sending him insulting messages on WhatsApp. He has further added that he needs to respond to the CS thererefore he should be blocked or rather would share screenshots of the messages.
"Now Ole Itumbi please ask the Ruaraka land thief not to be a coward to send me insulting texts on WhatsApp then block me to avoid response. Please I need to respond to him for him to get it we don't buy fear from thieves. Ask him to unblock or if we can share screenshots of the messages?" Posted Ichungwa.
Meanwhile, leaders from hustler nation have attacked CS Matiang'i because of the Laikipia attacks that has seen a primary school closed down due to insecurity reasons. On the other hand, their reaction comes after there has been wrangles between DP Ruto and the CS thus the leaders are alleging that he is not focusing on security issues in the country.
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