Following an altercation between Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi and Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria on Saturday, July 9 at a common Kiambu rally, differences within the Kenya Kwanza coalition were still apparent at a specific case.
Speaking to the gathering, Kuria asserted that Wamatangi only bothered to win support for his own crusade rather than that of their coalition party’s leader, William Ruto.
Kuria went on to say that he was the ideal seeker to ameliorate the lives of people in Kiambu.
The two lawgivers prompted their suckers to support their shot in yet another public outburst. Wamatangi tried to address the followership, but his attempts were unprofitable because Kuria’s followers chanted in accord.
Kuria was seen dancing joyfully on top of his auto in a videotape seen byTranskenya.co.ke as Wamatangi was making his reflections.
The assemblyman concluded his address, appearing unfazed by the incident and mentioning that Kenyans would cast their votes on August 9, 2022.
Rigathi Gachagua, the Deputy Presidential seeker for the Kenya Kwanza party, was conspicuously absent from the event. According to reports, he was informed of the chaos that was being during the rally.
This comes after a public brawl between Wamatangi and William Kabogo, the leader of the Tujibebe Party, last month while Gachagua was on stint in Limuru.