Wangui Ngirici recently dumped Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party but has now back in mind. Ngirici is a chief competitor to the current governor of Kirinyaga, Ann Waiguru.
Consequently, she left Hustler Nation's UDA party following the arisen stiff competition in the UDA spectrum. Ann Waiguru joined UDA culminating in closer ties with the Deputy President compared to Ngirici.
However, Wangui Ngiciri today was impressed with a UDA supporter wearing her indexed bid ahead of the Kirinyaga gubernatorial race come August election. Without any caption, her influential pillars welcome her home after a section of the site alleged this as a sign of returning home.
Perhaps, Wangui Ngirici had once shown interest in Raila Odinga's ODM and merely a day ago had accompanied President Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of his pinned event.
As a result, She has not made any announcement on her stand. However, it's merely an influential post that has captured the mixed reactions across her verified account's page.
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