It is now emerging that National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wa had warned retired President Uhuru Kenyatta before the shocking invasion at his family’s Northlands Farm in Ruiru, Kiambu County, today.
In a video now trending on social media platforms, the Kikuyu MP told Uhuru he will regret big time for allegedly sponsoring the ongoing Azimio la Umoja protests.
Without cutting corners, Ichung’wa categorically stated that properties owned by the Kenyatta Family would be trespassed.
“We will invade your farms and subdivide them among the hustlers. Demonstrations are causing losses in businesses, but don’t think you will walk away with it, you must pay a price. This message is to none other than Uhuru Kenyatta, the financier of Azimio demos,” he said.
True to his words, the invasion happened on Monday.
Courageous goons entered the farm and took different positions in it.
Some started cutting trees and ferrying them while others were stealing high prized goats and sheep.
Others attempted to allocate themselves parts of the property.
Judging from Ichung’wa’s statement, it is will possible more properties owned by the Kenyatta’s will be targeted in the coming days, especially if Azimio is not going to call off protests.
The former Head of State has been under pressure to denounce the opposition and commit to support the government.