"Msahau Viti Zenu " Kangata Message To Fellow Mt. Kenya Leaders Backing Uhuru And Not Ruto's Hustler
By simba254 | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 4584 views
Murang'a senator Irungu Kangata has hit back again at the president after his ouster from the Majority Senate whip.
Speaking in Nyandarua county today, he sad the opposition forced him to write an apology to the president asking for forgiveness but his declining the offer triggered his tribulations.
The senator vowed to stand by saying the truth even if it hurts and only his parents can be blamed for taking to the church and showing him the way of the truth.
However, he sent a warning to Leaders from Mt.Kenya region who are backing the head of state as he told them they are contributing to their downfall and will not get re-elected in next year's elections.
He has urged the politicians to reconsider their options and Join Ruto's Hustler nation to safeguard their interests and those of the people.
As other TangaTanga members, Kangata threw shots on Raila as he requested the people to avoid his presidential candidature and support a fellow hustler like Ruto.
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