Kirinyaga Women Representative Wangui Ngirici is on her spot after telling other UDA leaders to keep off kirinyaga politics. Wangui Ngirici has not been in good terms with Kirinyaga county boss Ann Waiguru since Waiguru declaration that she will vie the governor's post on a UDA ticket.
According to her video going viral online, the vocal Ruto die hard is quoted telling off Susan Kihika of Nakuru, Aisha Jumwa of Mombasa and Rahab Mukami a head of the planned mashujaa celebrations in the county. This comes after the three leaders meeting with Wangui Ngirici's close rival governor Ann Waiguru.
In the video shared the vocal politicians quoted saying "Kila mtu apange kwao, was Mombasa wapange Mombasa was Nakuru wapange nakuru, tutakuja hapa kirinyaga kucelebrate Uhuru Kenyatta na Mashujaa wake na so kupangwa na watu Fulani." Wangui said.
Her sentiments arose mixed reactions on the platform as people vie it being tribal while others appreciated he effort of being defensive. Here are the comments.
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