Kikuyu legislator and leader of the Majority in the National Assembly Kimani Ichungwah has distanced himself from invasion of former President Kenyatta’s Northlands farm.
Addressing the media in Nairobi, Ichungwah said his earlier remarks where he suggested that people might invade the property belonging to the former president, were taken out of context and added that he was relaying the concerns of the people on the ground.
“I am a resident of Central Kenya, and I know what the people there are saying about the former first family. On Monday, March 20, I only relayed what the people of Mount Kenya had long been saying about the Kenyattas,” he told The Standard.
Ichungwa said he learned about the matter through the media and said that he was opened to investigations “The police can access my phone to establish who I spoke to if I did any mobilisation, or which places I visited on or before Monday, March 27. I’m ready to have an investigations file opened against me,” he added.