I am a rich man, Ichungwa admits and reveals prime property, after tough questions from Kieleweke founder

Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwa was yesterday forced to come out and drop the narrative he and his team have adopted so far, of struggling Kenyans who share a common plight with the mass of poor workers across the country. Pushed to the wall and forced to declare his wealth, the vocal legislator had to confess, and explained, in great detail, how he began making money, thanks to policies that had been put in place by the former president, Kibaki, and finished by revealing his properties, their exact size and location.

The startling revelations took place yesterday on Citizen TV’s popular show JKL, hosted by veteran presenter, Jeff Koinange. Ichungwa had been paired alongside Nyeri Town MP, and the founder of the Kieleweke movement, Wambugu Ngunjiri, to discuss events that had taken place earlier that day in Githurai where the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga had gone on a BBI tour.
Midway in the show, Wambugu dismissed Ichungwa’s claim of being a hustler, and asserted that he was in fact a rich man. Feeling cornered and pushed to the wall, Ichungwa finally threw in the towel, and became the first tanga tanga leader to admit to being wealthy.

He said he owned land in the expensive prime property county of Kiambu, and went ahead to admit that it wasn’t just a piece of plot, but tracts of land in the excess of an acre. At this point, Wambugu Ngunjiri pressed him to also talk about his complex of apartments which he owned, but Ichungwa ignored him and went on talking in an effort to escape the pressure he had been put under.
Going even further to explain his source of wealth, he said that he owed his financial success to former president Mwai Kibaki because when he was leading the country, he lowered interest rates, which caused banks to be more flexible when it came to lending. He said that he used his knowledge of commercial operations from his profession as an accountant to borrow and invest wisely.

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    Written by Joshua Wanga




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