Murang'a county governor Mwangi Was Iria has declared that he will be the the master of ceremony (MC) in all functions attended by the Deputy President William Ruto in Murang'a.Speaking during the Murang'a leaders joint press statement, governor Mwangi Wa Iria has condemned the violence that was experienced at Kenol town yesterday in Murang'a county.Harsh violence was experienced yesterday at Kenol town when deputy president William Ruto visited the county for a church service.Two people lost their lives as others got severely injured. It is alledged that local politicians had hired five buses to ferry youths from Nairobi to Thika with the intention of disrupting DP William Ruto's visit in the county.Inspector general of National Police Service Hillary Mutyambai yesterday ordered Hon Ndindi Nyoro and his counterpart Alice Wahome to be tracked and arrrested immediately for mobilising goons who caused mayhem at Kenol town.MP Ndindi Nyoro and Esther Wahome later accused leaders who are opposing the deputy president of staging the altercatuon to disrupt the visit.
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