Muranga County Governor Hon Irungu Kangata also known as Wa Barua has this morning warned that Kenya Kwanza Risk losing the support in the Mt Kenya Region should its leaders continue to attack former president Uhuru Kenyatta on suspicion of funding Azimio Demos.
Speaking during another meeting attended by Mt Kenya Region Leaders as reported by the standard media group on Tuesday, Kangata unlike Othe Mt Kenya Region leaders warned that the continued attacks on Uhuru are likely to gain his sympathy from Kenyans as it was the case during UhuRuto fallout when Kenyans saw Ruto as the Vitim of Handshake between Raila and Uhuru.
In his argument either, Kangata cautioned that the government should come up with other ways and avenues of countering Uhuru's Political efforts other than targeting properties owned by his family. Also, Kangata was of the option that Uhuru should be allowed to rest now that he is politically dead.
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