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Tanga Tanga and Kieleweke factions clash in church

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BY JOAN WANJIKU,NAIROBI,8TH SEPT 2019-The  Tanga Tanga and Kieleweke  factions  clashed at a church event on Sunday after leaders from either section disagreed .It all happened  at a church fundraiser in Murang’a County.

Led by Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro,the Tanga Tanga team  reportedly stormed Gitui Catholic Church and attempted to disrupt the fundraiser in which Nominated MP Maina Kamanda, who is affiliated to the Kieleweke faction, had been invited as the chief guest.

According  to Citizen Digital , Mr. Nyoro and his team arrived late as Mr. Kamanda was speaking and making introductions before later demanding to be the one that introduces the guests being the area MP.

“I can’t allow people from Nairobi to come and take over my constituency as if they know this area. I am an elected leader and I tell Mr. Kamanda to his face that let them produce the list of the guests so that I can invite them,” said Mr. Nyoro, as quoted by the Nation.

Mr. Kamanda however also declined to give in to this demand, maintaining that he was the one who had been invited to the fundraiser and not the Kiharu legislator.

The two hence exchanged a few words before County Police Commander Josephat Kinyua also reportedly stood up and headed to the podium; which only served to worsen the situation as Mr. Nyoro’s supporters turned rowdy thinking he was being arrested.

The situation was contained after a while, upon which no speeches were made by any other leader from either side except Mr. Kamanda who, as the fundraiser’s chief guest, gave out his donation of Ksh.500,000 and a further Ksh.1 million from President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Uneasy atmosphere  of a bit of pull and push  outside the church where Mr. Kamanda and Mr. Nyoro addressed the press as well as the residents; with each placing blame on the other over the chaos.

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