The country is headed for general election next year in August.The politicians are on with their campaigns as they strategize for their best parties that can propel them to power.As these moves happen,some politicians are contemplating forming coalitions with the presidential aspirants eyeing coalitions with the politicians from the mountain region.
Kirinyaga County woman representative Wangui Ngirichi has been a vocal UDA member.She has signaled a political unity with PS Kibicho.Today,the Woman MP has received mixed reactions from Kenyans.The reactions have resulted after the MP posting the photo of his son while marking his birthday.Some have positively reacted while others have negatively reacted.On the positive reaction,some have requested to be invited to the celebration.Unfortunately,some have told the MP to give her son a wheelbarrow as they give in UDA.
In her tweet, Ngirichi has left Kenyans in suspense by hinting that his son is likely to go for a Governor's seat in 2032.The reactions are as below:
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