Today, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Samoe Ruto together with his Tangatanga brigade took their campaigns to Kirinyaga county. Dr Ruto was accompanied by various allies from the mountain lead by governor Ann Waiguru and the Kirinyaga's women representative hon Wangui Ngirici. However, Dp Ruto's pillar in the Mount Kenya region hon Irungu Kangata skipped this event for unknown reasons.
Now, the vocal member of parliament for Kieni constituency hon Kanini Kega has come out to spill beans on what senator Kangata did together with Raila Odinga before being given a post to be the majority whip in the senate some few years ago.
As reported by the kenyans.co.ke, hon Kega said that the vocal senator of Murang'a held a meeting with the ODM boss hon Raila Odinga where he begged him to give him his former post in the senate. Mr Kega said that he was among those who had attented this meeting. Hon Kega concluded by saying that people should be greatfull to their masters even after succeeding.
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