As the Deputy President William Ruto is set to visit much polarized Kirinyaga county today,the fight between Governor Anne Waiguru and Purity Ngirici, Karanja Kibicho has continued to elicit mixed reactions among Kenyans.
And now Anne Waiguru has claimed that the Kirinyaga DCIO has been summoning his team and threatening to arrest them, before DP Ruto arrives.
The governor also warned that those involved should stop intimidating her team by using police officers.
Earlier on,PS Karanja Kibicho had warned Waiguru to stop dragging him to her failures as Kirinyaga county boss.
Kirinyaga county Women Representative Purity Ngirici had also claimed that Anne Waiguru was mobilizing hundreds of crowds,so that when DP Ruto arrives in Kirinyaga,she will be viewed as the most popular in the county.
Karanja Kibicho and Purity earlier this year buried their differences and launched offensive attacks on Anne Waiguru,who later joined DP Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party.
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