Since Irungu Kang'ata's leaked letter addressed to president Uhuru Kenyatta concerning the status of Building Bridges Initiative, BBI in the Mt Kenya region, the legislator has been having a tough time with the party on what they say it's undermining the president instead of selling the party's agenda.
There have been reports that Senator Irungu Kang'ata is set to be replaced and the man tipped to take over from him is alleged to be Kiambu County Senator Kimani Wamatangi. In a tweet by Dennis Itumbi which has gone viral, he urged Senator Kang'ata to he close to his personal car before he's snatched the official car.
"Kiambu Senator @KimaniWamatangi is the next Senate Majority Whip according to credible sources. Ndugu @HonKangata be close to your personal car tonight,The Oppressors and Intimidation Kings have decided to come for the official car Tonight!" Twitted Dennis Itumbi.
This comes barely hours after the Jubilee 5⁹Party cracked a whip on its errand senators who have been acting defiant to the party standing and constitution.
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