The hustler nation risks disintegration after Kirinyaga governor, Anne Waiguru, showed signs of joining Ruto's camp. Waiguru is on record saying that she will join the party that the people of Kirinyaga will tell her.
Today, Friday 8th, Waiguru was pictured with some members of UDA party. The viral photo showed the governor having some cool moments with Nakuru senator Susan Kihika, Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa and Nyeri women representative Rahab Mukami.
The Ngirici family have for the first time signaled that they might be on their way out of the hustler nation. The family has been among the politicians who have stood with Ruto since 2017.
Speaking during a rally in Ndia constituency, Kirinyaga women representative Purity Wangui Ngirici said that the people of Nakuru, Mombasa and Nyeri cannot dictate the politics of Kirinyaga. This statement was seemingly being directed to Kihika, Aisha Jumwa and Mukami who were pictured with Waiguru.
On his part, Andrew Ngirici seemed to poke holes to the hustler nation camp. He categorically stated that nobody should think that he owns Kirinyaga votes because even the crowds that gather during rallies are usually organized by them, politicians.
"Don't assume that you are by any chance any special simply because you see large crowds waiting for you whenever you come here. Sisi ndio hupanga kazi. If you don't appreciate my presence I will make you feel my absence," stated Ngirici in a statement that seemed to target William Ruto.
Ngirici went ahead to recognize some of the development projects that have been initiated by president Uhuru Kenyatta. He also applauded PS Karanja Kibicho and PS Maringa for the good job. Watch video from 28 Min to 34 Min.
Clearly, this must be worrying news to the deputy president and the entire hustler nation. Ngirici influence cannot be ignored in Kirinyaga.
Earlier in the morning, there was drama after Ngirici found her billboards pulled down. Her supporters blamed Waiguru for the awful act.
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