Murang'a senator Irungu Kang'ata and Moses Kuria, all members of Hustler Nation sparked reactions online when they revealed that Tanga tanga candidate from Juja Mr. Koimburi was charged in a court of low for an offense he allegedly commuted 26 years ago.
Senator Irungu Kang'ata penning his thoughts on a post from his Twitter page, said that Mr Koimburi had received a lot of tribulations from the deep state.
"I was in Kiambu law courts with Cliff Ombeta to represent him. Moses Kuria was present," the senator said.
Below are netizens reactions on his post above;
"Umeanza kuwa fake. Siku ile ulitwambia sijui nini juu ya kina moses kuria halafu waka plead guilty." A comment read.
"Boss a offence when committed doesn't matter the Gok has a long hand and it revolves slowly...if its a criminal offence he will serve time stop misleading for political sympathy." A comment read.
"That's interesting. But do you know that most Kenyans are busy trying to earn some coins before the curfew deadline? They really don't care about Koimburi's tribulations or who was present where." A comment read.
"In 2032 when I became the president,I will also make sure that any evil dealings you ever engaged in shall be brought to book to." A comment read.
"Kabuga of Rwanda genocide was also charged in ICC and Rwanda law courtin 2020 for an offence he committed in 1994,,Tell your candidate to pay the bill." A comment read.
"What about the residents of Muranga? They have clean water supply issues, the roads are incomplete and funds not received at County Government. Focus on the poor, not the Super RICH." A comment read.
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