Today, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto visited Kirinyaga county in the Mount Kenya region. Ruto was accompanied by his frontline soldiers from the region lead by governor Anne Waiguru and Wangui Ngirici. During his visit, Ruto held a series of rallies but to people's surprise, Senator Irungu Kangata of Murang'a skipped the event for unknown reasons.
Now, fee hours after skipping Dp Ruto's event, hon Kangata has come out to break his silence revealing what he did over the day. Through his official twitter page, hon Kangata said that participated in the Empowerment programs in Kiharu constituency within Murang'a county. During this event, Kangata made it clear that he nolonger beleives in handouts but instead, he beleives in treating people so that they feel empowered to work for themselves.
"We don't believe in handouts. We believe in treating people so that they are empowered to work for themselves. Free medical camp at Kahatia Kiharu Constituency today." Said hon Irungu Kangata.
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