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Shaken Mt Kenya young Azimio members express fear at the rate their young party colleagues from the region are dying

by Joshua Wanga
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Just a couple of days after Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Coalition Party member from the Mount Kenya region Steve Chege died, concern is now being raised within his party circles as to whether there’s actually more to it than meets the eye.

Murugu, a popular online Azimio supporter and husband to Raila’s famous leading supporter Ng’endo took to Twitter following Steve’s death to express concern over what he termed as the alarming rate at which strong upcoming Mt. Kenya politicians associated with Azimio are dying. Playing tentatively, he admitted he may be overacting but made it clear that something didn’t feel right. He wrote,
The rate at which young, strong and upcoming Mt. Kenya politicians, and associated with Azimio Coalition, are dying is alarming. I might be overthinking but something is just not right.

Sunday morning, news broke that a wrong turn made by a boda boda rider led to the death of Mr Steve Chege, a politician who in the last elections contested for the Laikipia Senate seat.
Mr Chege on Sunday, October 30, 2022, at 3:30am was involved in a fatal accident along the Northern Bypass and was taken to the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital (K.U.T.R.H) Hospital.
The accident occurred near Kiamumbi estate.

At the hospital, doctors recommended he be taken to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and an online appeal was made that anyone willing to offer blood for Mr Chege to rush there.
“Steve needs a lot of blood and anyone can donate at KUTRH Accident and Emergency wing,” an online call that made rounds on social media read in part.
His death was announced by Mr Kiriga Githaiga who said that he was with the family at the hospital where he was admitted.
“Good morning everyone. It is with profound shock and acceptance of God’s will that we have received the sad news of Steve’s demise. We are still at K.U referral hospital following up. The family is here with us at the hospital.

Kindly keep them in (your) prayers,” Mr Kirika Githaiga, a close friend, posted on Facebook.
Mr Philip Etale, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) communication Director said “Rest Easy my friend. We shall meet on that bright morning.”

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