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January 20, 2019

Don't air your dirty laundry in public, Kabogo tells Kiambu leaders

Central leaders during the burial of former Gatundu South MP Jossy Ngugi's mother on Saturday, January 12, 2019. /NG'ANG'A THAIRU
Central leaders during the burial of former Gatundu South MP Jossy Ngugi's mother on Saturday, January 12, 2019. /NG'ANG'A THAIRU

Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has told leaders from Kiambu county to resolve issues in an amicable manner and avoid utterances that might divide the country.

He spoke in Gitare village, Gatundu South constituency, on Saturday during the burial of former MP Jossy Ngugi's mother Ruth Wangari Nyumu.

Kabogo also told leaders to avoid making political statements in funerals and instead use TV and radio stations to air their views.

In a rare occurrence, vocal Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria did not address the mourners and just waved.

On Thursday, Kuria claimed his life was in danger following his New Year's Eve remarks about the President taking development projects across the country but not to Central, despite their voting for him.

He apologised for the remark, adding he had utmost respect for President Uhuru Kenyatta

Read: Moses Kuria says life is in danger

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