Today, Kenya's Deputy President Dr. William Ruto visited Governor Anne Waiguru's Kirinyaga County. Ruto attended a church service at New Anglican Church of Kenya Diocese of Kirinyaga at All Saints Church, Kirinyaga.
As usual, during his visits, the DP Dr. Ruto has never been alone. Quite a good number of leaders from the Mt. Kenya region accompanied him.
The leaders present were; Kirinyaga County Governor Anne Waiguru, Kirinyaga County women representative Hon Wangui Ngirici, Kiambu County women representative Hon. Gathoni Wamuchomba, Ndia MP Hon. George Kariuki, Mathira MP Hon. Rigathi Gachagua, Kikuyu MP Hon. Kimani Ichungwah, Kiharu MP Hon. Ndindi Nyoro, and Kandara MP Hon. Alice Wahome.
In addition, nominated MP Wilson Session, former Kiambu County governor Hon. Ferdinand Waititu, Norman Nyaga (former Kamukunji MP), Njogu Barua (former Guchugu MP), and Daniel Karaba (former Kirinyaga Senator).
Despite the differences between Governor Waiguru and Hon. Ngirici, the two Kirinyaga women were welcoming to the Deputy President. Either, they were spotted seated next to Dr. Ruto, one on each side.
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