Through her page she wrote "I agree with the president that in decent civilized democracies people resign from government if they are unhappy. But he forgot to tell us one thing, whether in decent civilized societies Presidents change the constitution when they are exiting leadership.#HustlerForHustlers,"
Ngirici is a staunch supporter of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto's presidential bid.
She had also declared here interest for the Kirinyaga gubernatorial seat come 2022.
Her post recieved mixed reactions here are some of their comments.
Ngechi Alex says "Your reasoning is pedestrian. Read books. So many developed countries changed their constitution while their Presidents were retiring. Don't embarrass yourself by allowing your ignorance to go on rampage. Read books,"
Peter Wachira wrote "He never changed any clause in the Constitution for your information he brought an agenda which was to be voted by the people so go to kimwarer,"
Felixo Kalya wrote "Have you ever read a story of characters burning bridges then purport to be building others for replacement.
15% is the minimum requirements to be allocated into counties,when a president, without blinking lie on media for failure,then just know it is desperation,"
Julius Kaingu wrote "You cannot treat people like garbage and worship God at the same time,maliza miaka yako uende kabsa na usiangalie nyuma hii Kenya ni ya kila mkenya sio yako ww,"
Nicholas Koech wrote "What is this that you've seen that need to be amended in the constitution that you could not see it in your first term in office? We're not kids, don't be mean. Let Kenyans decide who should be their leader when you retire. Kibaki never did what you're now engaged in. 4yrs of trying to change the constitution to suit your succession matrix? Too bad of you. In the end of it all the Supreme will of Kenyans shall prevail,"
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