Kenyans have allegedly ganged up against Murang'a County Senator Irungu Kang'ata over his latest criticism on ODM Party leader Raila Odinga. While being interviewed on a live TV, Kang'ata broke the lanes and went ahead to slam Raila Odinga. Kang'ata has allegedly claimed that the former Prime Minister is not yet decided over his alleged presidential candidature amid telling Kenyans that he is running for presidency.
Kang'ata who is a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto has since been rebuked by a section of Kenyans over his latest outrageous provocative sentiments on Raila Odinga. Adding to his criticism on Raila Odinga, Kang'ata the confusion on the former Prime Minister may be as a result of his old age.
However, Raila Odinga is yet to reply to the allegations made by Murang'a County Senator. Kang'ata is currently in DP Ruto's camp. It is not the first time that Kang'ata is making such provocative sentiments against the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Kenyans have been quick to respond to Kang'ata's remarks as they blast him while some asking him to respect the ODM party leader.
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