Today, Gatundu North Member of Parliament hon Wanjiku Kibe has cleared the air rubbishing the allegations that she is forced to join United Democratic Alliance and leave Jubilee in order for her to secure her seat coming 2022 general elections. According to Wanjiku Kibe, the on going allegations saying that she has decamped to UDA has not yet been approved hence she is still in Jubilee.
"I'm a supporter of the handshake because the initiative means well for the country. I have been and will continue to champion for the interests of the Jubilee Party and handshake partners," said Wanjiku Kibe.
Gatundu North Member of Parliament Wanjiku Kibe confidently reveals that she is ready to maintain her seat as long as she is not in UDA.
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