Ever since she officially defected from the pro-Uhuru Kieleweke brigade to join the pro-Ruto Tanga tanga brigade on the 23rd of June, 2021, Kiambu Women Representative Gathoni Wa Muchomba has indeed welcomed the big change with both arms.
Photo: Gathoni Wa Muchomba and DP Ruto at a previous event
Just like the way she used to vehemently support President Uhuru Kenyatta's ideas and plans, the vocal leader has been making herself busy by joining other pro-Ruto leaders in their various endeavors.
The most recent one being today where they held a meeting with reportedly over 2000 Kiambu women, in order to drum up support of the UDA Party candidate in the Kiambaa by-elections John Njuguna Wanjiku.
And as she continues actively in her roles, many of her fans also have noticed an alleged change with the way she looks.
This was after posting her latest photo on her Facebook account, where Gathoni Wa Muchomba looked ravishing donning a black cap and hoodie printed with Hustler Nation-associated words.
Responding to the post however some of her followers flooded her timeline with compliments, and alleged that she looked prettier after crossing the political divide.
Below are some of their reactions
Here are before and after online photos of the Kiambu Women Representative, with regards to shifting of allegiances.
While in Kieleweke
While in Tanga tanga
Do you think that Gathoni Wa Muchomba has become prettier after joining the Hustler Nation?
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