Muran'ga Senator Hon. Irungu Kan'gata has revisited the issue of his controversial letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta that led to his firing.
On why he wrote the letter, the vocal Senator stated that he didn't want to be blamed later on, he recalled when he raised an issue with the budget allocation but nothing was done, he therefore wanted to leave a reference behind so that non would blame him.
On who leaked the letter to the public, Kan'gata revealed that he only shared it with the Jubilee secretary-general Hon. Rafael Tuju and the senate majority leader Hon. Samuel Poghisio. He alleged that one of the two leaders were responsible for the mess.
On whether he regrets about the letter, Irungu has stated that he Never regrets a thing as this has allowed him to push for an agenda he feels is the right one.
He said that for the first time he is behind a non Kikuyu presidential aspirant and championing for a narrative that supports the common citizens. Whatch the interview https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1382434948880158728?s=09
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