No unity pact with Governor Kabogo, says Karungo Thangw’a

Ngewa Member of County Assembly Karungo Thangw’a who is vying for the senate seat as an independent candidate.The MCA has exuded confidence of clinching the seat that is currently held by senator Kimani Wamatangi.PHOTO BY KAMAU MAICHUHIE.

Senatorial aspirant Karungo wa Thang’wa has refuted claims that he has a signed unity pact with Governor William Kabogo.

Reports appearing in a section of the media last week indicated that Mr Thangw’a, who is running as an independent candidate, had closed ranks with Mr Kabogo.

The reports followed the governor’s decision to invite Thangw’a to address the congregation at the African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa in Thika town.

 Speaking in Ruiru at the weekend, Thangw’a said it was wrong for journalists to jump to such conclusions just because Kabogo invited him to greet the congregation. 

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