The Deputy President's visit in Kirinyaga County has brought about some big trouble between the two vocal female legislatures, Gvn Anne Mumbi Waiguru and Wangui Ngirici in the area.
Before the arrival of Deputy President William Ruto, several youths alleged to be Hon Wangui Ngirici's supporters were spotted burning reflectors belonging to Governor Waiguru.
Then the pro supporters of Waiguru chipped in and clashed with the supporters of Wangui Ngirici. According to Kenyans.co.ke news podcast, this clash prompted for the deployment of police officers to the scene to calm the situation before it got out of hand.
"Police deployed as @AnneWaiguru and @WanguiNgirici supporters clash as @WilliamsRuto makes his way to Kirinyaga." The reports stated.
However, the clash between the people is something that should be condemned because the leaders are peacefully where they are at, while the people are busy hurting each other for no go reasons.
Watch the video of the deployed police officers to calm down the clash between Wangui Ngirici supporters and Waiguru's supporters:
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