Cate Waruguru was among the key leaders who accompanied deputy president William Ruto to Kirinyaga County. When she was addressing the residents, Waruguru impressed Ruto after she boldly attacked Raila while the DP was watching.
Waruguru blamed the former prime minister for starting tribal political parries. She went ahead to tell the people that they were not going to accept anything offered to them by the jubilee government in the name of Raila Odinga. If they were going to receive anything, Waruguru said that they would send it back to the sender.
"Kuna watu ambao wameanza cultural associations. Biashara yao ni kufanya biashara ya samaki na biashara ya vitu zingine katika mji ya Nyeri... Sisi tunataka tuambiwe vile uchumi itaimarishwa na tumesema project yeyote tunaletewa na state in the name of Raila Amolo Odinga tunasema back to the sender," Waruguru said.
The people who were in the meeting celebrated her courage as they shouted UDA. Watch the full video in the link below;
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