Wangui Ngirici has has finally spoken out of how she was defeated by Ann Waiguru in Kirinyaga gubernatorial election.
Ngirici said that God is revealing slowly by slowly what went down. Wangui Ngirici said that she is not bitter with anybody but will follow through to make sure that the will of the people is not subverted.
"God is revealing slowly by slowly what went down and I know the work of the devil will be shamed. My fellow Christians I want to tell you that I am not bitter with anybody but I am going to follow through and make sure the will of the people will not be subverted," She said.
(Photo courtesy:Wangui Ngirici and Ann Waiguru)
According to Wangui Ngirici, fifty one thousand votes got lost yet she only needed three thousand six hundred votes to win. She added that they will do a petition since they have enough evidence.
"We are going to go on, tutafanya petition,we have enough evidence that votes karibia 51 thousand ziliibiwa ndio nishinde tu na 3600 votes. Lakini I know our God is a God of justice . Our God is just."Wangui Ngirici said
She added that people might not have seen her do pressers or telling people things,she then urged her supporters to keep calm because the people and Kirinyaga county supported her.
Ngirici ended her statement saying that she believes that Kenya is a democratic country.
"People might not have seen me out there doing pressers or telling people things , but what I want to tely supporters is to keep calm because I know this church, people and county supported me. I know people believe that there is democracy in Kenya and I also believe that there is democracy in Kenya," Ngirici said.
Wangui Ngirici who was an independent candidate lost to Ann Waiguru who was running in a UDA ticket. Ann Waiguru was declared a winner for the gubernatorial seat in Kirinyaga county.
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