Murang'a County Women Representative Sabina Chege on Sunday night distanced herself from chaotic events surrounding a fundraiser at the AIPCA church in Kenol.

Sabina in an interview with Inooro on Sunday night claimed that the chaos may have been stage-managed by Deputy President William Ruto's allies who were hosting him at the church.

According to Chege, the leaders may have lobbed teargas in the same church where they were hosting the fundraiser themselves.

“I hear several people mentioned my name, you are bringing visitors to insult leaders in Muranga, there were only two leaders from Muranga at that event, they probably state-managed it,” the woman MP stated during the interview.

“I would not be surprised to hear that the tear gas they say was thrown into the church was done by themselves,” she added.

She made the remarks at a time IG Hillary Mutyambai had ordered for the arrest of Kandara MP Alice Wahome and Ndindi Nyoro.

At the event, both Nyoro and Wahome adversely mentioned the area Women Rep, CS Fred Matiang'i and PS Karanja Kibicho linking them to the chaos at the event.

A young woman who was cornered at the event said she was among those who had been hired to riot at Kenol and were to be paid Ksh1000 at the end of the day.

According to the police, two people died on Sunday. Police officers reportedly lobbed tear gas at the church, dispersing a crowd that had gathered around.

The IG Hillary Mutyambai has directed for immediate arrest Alice Wahome and Ndindi Nyoro, a directive that has not rested well with leaders allied to the Deputy President William Ruto.

Jubilee party Deputy Secretary-General Caleb Kositany has accused police of playing partisan politics in their continued frustration of the Deputy President's events.

"The police were behaving in a manner suggesting they were under instructions. The conversation will continue no matter these challenges," stated Kositany in a Monday morning interview on Citizen TV.