"Welcome Home," Mt Kenya Senator Decamps To TangaTanga
By ObserverNews | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 3975 views
Muranga'a senator Irungu Kanga'ta seems to have joined William Ruto's TangaTanga camp. This comes not long ago after he was kicked out by the ruling party from his Senatorial Chief Whip position for 'Misconduct'.
The news has been confirmed by vocal nominated Senator Millicent Omanga who posted a picture of Kanga'ta with Susan Kihika and Kipchumba Murkomen on her Twitter handle captioning it as "Welcome Home Kanga'ta."
"The #HustlerNation is a beautiful home to all Kenyans. With @HonKangata @susankihika and @kipmurkomen at the senate as we celebrated the new signing. Welcome home senator Kang'ata. Vox populi vox Dei" Omanga tweeted.
According to sources within the ruling party, Many associates of president Uhuru Kenyatta felt that Kanga'ta was no longer with them. This is after the soft spoken politician wrote an explosive letter to Uhuru Kenyatta claiming BBI is unpopular in Mt Kenya.
This formed the basis of his removal from his Senatorial position and subsequently replaced by Kimani Wamatangi.
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