Wangui B Nganga AKA a girl toto has left Kenyans on her social media talking after her latest remarks concerning her next political move.
Despite of being the most preferred candidate as per the Mizani Africa Opinion Polls conducted in Nairobi county, she decided to shelve her political ambitions after the Azimio One Kenya coalition party settled on the incumbent, Esther Passaris.
However her decision didn't go well with Nairobi residents who urged her to go independent. Wishing Kenyans a happy Eid Mubarak, the Azimio La Umoja Organising secretary revealed what she is planning.
"Happy Eid Mubarak. I had opted to take some time off social media just to think of my next political move, we worked hard and we must convey that work/vote to the ballot come August. Before the end of the week I will announce the decision made by myself, team and family. In God we trust," She said.
Reactions- Runford Dominic:- Kama si wewe heri nipigie Omanga but I swear I won't vote for Passaris. Come independent we vote for you in full swim. Bado nashangaa venye umemtafutia votes za Mt. Kenya. Wangui Nganga adi tamati.
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