Alice Wahome is breathing fire following an unfortunate incidence that has happened in Murang'a County earlier today. This is in line with the race to succeed Governor Mwangi wa Iria whereby two rivalry groups clashed on leaving several people Injured and property destroyed
One of the groups belonged to Irungu Nyakera of Farmer's Party whereas the other one was of Irungu Wairagu whereby both are in the Murang'a Gubernatorial race. Supporters of the two groups met on Sunday and ended up exchanging blows as well as using brutal weapons like knives and daggers
While taking to his socials, Kandara MP Alice Wahome has asked the two leaders to come out and take political responsibilities for the ugly actions. Wahome has termed this as unprecedented and total unacceptable in Murang'a County.
"Wairagu Irungu &Irungu Nyakera we must call you out and demand you both take political responsibility for your goons .This is unprecedented in Murang’a and totally unacceptable," read a message by Alice Wahome
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