The vocal Senator from Murang'a County Senator Irungu Kang'ata has took the Country's women representative head-on for allegedly going against the laws guiding election process in the country.
Through his official online handle this morning, Senator Kang'ata who is currently one of the top lieutenants from DP Ruto hustlers' camp has accused Sabina Chege, Uhuru's Frontline soldier, for campaigning for the Jubilee candidate in Juja by-election.
Not forgetting today is the day for the by-election process which is currently ongoing the Constituency, Senator Kang'ata has come to raise that concern in why Sabina Chege is still carrying in with the campaigns.
That following the morning interview of the Murang'a women representative with radio hosts at Kameme FM.
With regards to the laws guiding the country in the sector of IEBC, it is much illegal to make any attempt of campaigns during the voting day and when the voting process is ongoing.
And if any case Senator Irungu Kang'ata are true with his remarks the Sabina Chege is likely to be held accountable for breaking the laws guiding the elections in the country.
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