Gatundu North MP, Wanjiku Kibe
The political season is yet again here with us and leaders are doing anything possible to win in the August polls. The nominations are now over and all eyes are focused on the bigger prize.
The lawmaker has said that she feels so offended. She has recounted how she has stood for Jubilee party and fought for it but she couldn't understand and believe why some things were happening to her.
"I feel so offended. I've openly, honestly and consistently supported my party but I can't believe somethings. Please pray for me," wrote Kibe.
The Jubilee party legislator ended her short note by asking Kenyans to pray for her. This has sent tongues wagging in the social platforms as netizens try to speculate what might have provoked the lawmaker
Others especially Kenya Kwanza supporters have gone ahead to welcome the MP to UDA party. They say that Kenya Kwanza is the place where democracy is guaranteed. Wanjiku is set to defend her seat on a Jubilee party ticket unless otherwise.
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