Just after the Narc Kenya Party leader Martha Karua, have been picked as Azimio coalition presidential flag bearer's running mate ahead of August 9th polls, and during her homecoming rally, some Kirinyaga politicians organized heckling. Therefore, the Ministry of Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho has revealed the names of the responsible politicians.
According to PS Kibicho, Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru and Kamau Murango the Kirinyaga county assembly majority leader are the politicians that were behind Karua's heckling. For that matter, the PS has condemned such an act, as he referred it to not only immoral but also disrespectful to such a personality as of Karua who is a Deputy President hopeful.
Mr. Kibicho therefore, stated that, they cannot have a Kirinyaga where there is no law and order. He conclusively urged leaders to stop the habit of misusing the youths by paying them to insult and be sources of chaos during political rallies and events.
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