National speaker Justin Muturi was on last Saturday in Meru what many said that was being coronated has Mt Kenya spokesperson and acts as a successor of president Uhuru Kenyatta.But today a tune has changed to mean that he was just visiting Meru for cultural activities but not political activities.
This is according to recent reports from Njuri Ncheke councils of elders. Murangiri was quoted sayings this on the same,"The Njuri
Ncheke ,Kiama Kia Ma from Mt Kenya West, Ngome and Nyangindiri are not political formations what we did here was traditional event."
Njuri Ncheke has distanced from these allegations that actually there was something else other than coronation of the Assembly Speaker.
Some leaders also have denied that the did not actually attend this meeting.CS Munya as also denied that he was among who attended that meeting.
Others who denied on the same are,Ayub Bundi who is Meru minority leader,Julius Kangote,Mpuru Aburi among others who termed as poor 'lies and mud Splashed on the face that does last.'
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