Reactions have sparked online after Kirinyaga Women Representative Hon Purity Wangui Ngirici slammed Orange Democratic Movement party brigade matters the Building Bridges Initiative.
In a post by the Mt Kenya MP, she firmly defended Interior Principal Secretary Dr. Karanja Kibicho who has appeared to be on political battles with the ODM party matters BBI campaign.
MP Ngirici added that Deputy President William Ruto and President Kenyatta should all be respected claiming that the rest are guests who should cease from entering into the government's bedroom.
According to the lawmaker, it was wrong for the Orange Democratic Movement party leaders; Minority leader in the National Assembly Hon Junet Mohammed and Siaya Senator Hon James Orengo to give an ultimatum to Kibicho to withdraw from the BBI brigade. This is according to news in the recent publication by Daily Nation Newspaper. This has made the PS to quickly respond to Orengo's sentiments.
However, mixed reactions have ensued as Kenyans breath fire with different opinions as shown in the screenshots below.
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