• On August 25, a day after the story was published, Ngunjiri was seen alongside DP Ruto at a function in Karen.
• He shared pictures of the event on his official Twitter account showing him seated with the DP at the function.
However, the legislator has dismissed this claim that has been circulating on social media that he had moved camps from TangaTanga to Kieleweke.
On August 25, a day after the story was published, Ngunjiri was seen alongside DP Ruto at a function in Karen.
Ngunjiri said defection claims were fake news, adding that he is still in DP Ruto’s camp and he is going nowhere.
“I have not decamped from Tangatanga as it has been reported by a section of the media, I don't know where they got that information from,” Ngunjiri said.
The MP’s lawyer Danstan Omari also added claims that Ngunjiri had moved camp are all lies and a misrepresentation of a presser that he issued.
Omari said they have already served several media houses with a demand letter including Nation Media Group for writing a similar story that was also fake according to his client.
Ngunjiri says he is angered and disturbed by the sentiments that he had praised Odinga in his speech arguing that he was never given time to be interviewed so he does not know where they got the fake information from.
The Star has looked into this claim and found it to be false.