Nakuru MPs to meet over Mungiki regrouping claims
08 February 2016, 15:46
Nakuru - Members of Parliament from Nakuru County have called an urgent meeting to discuss claims being made about the reemergence of the outlawed Mungiki sect in Nakuru.
Bahati member of Parliament, Kimani Ngunjiri said they are deeply concerned and worried about the claims that Mungiki members are regrouping with the aim of causing havoc during next year's polls.
Speaking Sunday in Nakuru town, Ngunjiri said they will meet to probe the claims.
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"The claims cannot be taken lightly and as members of Parliament from Nakuru, we have called an emergency meeting to talk about the issue," said Ngunjiri.
He added: "If it's true that some leaders are helping Mungiki to regroup then the police must do their work and investigate such leaders because we suffered under the hands of Mungiki and we don't want to go back there."
The claims of Mungiki regrouping emerged after Nakuru Governor Kinuthia Mbugua attended the burial of one person who was alleged to be a member of the deadly outlawed sect.
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