Purity Wangui Ngirici, the Kirinyaga Women Representative, has reveals how her ties with Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho and President Uhuru Kenyatta led to her feud with Deputy President William Ruto.
On Tuesday, January 18, Ngirici spoke on Kameme FM about how she collaborated with PS Kibicho to settle a title deed issue that had become a critical need for the Kirinyaga community.
The existing Kirinyaga governor, Anne Waiguru, is accused of stalling the process, according to the County Member of Parliament.
In an attempt to resolve the situation, Ngirici dispatched Kibicho to make a case to the President for the production of the title deed—a request that the President granted.
She stated at the time that she had received reaction from members of Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.
"Because you belong to different political groups, you're taught not to speak with this person. I have the conversations from the UDA WhatsApp group, in which I was abused for communicating with Kibicho. They dubbed me the group's 'devil,' "she emphasized
The Gubernatorial candidate also reiterated her determination to run as an independent candidate, saying she would not compromise her campaign for political party connections.
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