Former Mungiki Leader Maina Njenga on Thursday issued a warning message to unnamed Rift Valley politicians whom he accused of dividing Central Kenya residents.
Njenga spoke at Gender Public Service CAS Rachael Shebesh’s Nairobi home where he was accompanied by a number of his supporters.
The Mungiki leader turned evangelist, assured Shebesh that his supporters would ensure that her meetings under the Embrace Movement would not be disrupted by anyone.
“We are not happy with this intimidation. There is no way people will come from Rift Valley and divide people in Central Kenya. Why is it that Central is the only place they are dividing? If they can do this when Uhuru Kenyatta is alive and in office, what will they do when he is gone?” he said while speaking in his vernacular language.
On her part, Shebesh, while refering to the former Mungiki Leader as a “General” thanked Njenga for endorsing the Embrace movement.
“I am very happy that you have supported us and Embrace. In Embrace, we are only pursuing President Uhuru Kenyatta’s agenda. General, your support has given me even more power and energy. We only want to to support President Kenyatta in his development agenda and promoting peace,” Shebesh said.
The Embrace Movement has in the past been interrupted in public rallies held in the mt Kenya region.
In the most famous incident, Murang’a Woman Representative Sabina Chege broke down in tears after hecklers, suspected to have been hired by a rival political camp, attempted to shout her down.