Through her official Facebook page she wrote "Oranges don't do so well in high altitude areas, they end up being tasteless.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga has been on a trip to Mount Kenya to popularise his 2022 presidential bid in a move to replace president Uhuru Kenyatta who is serving his second and last term in office.
On his visit Raila had a big following which has left many talking.
Ngirici isn't. Staunch supporter of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto's presidential bid come 2022, but his bid had been rubbished by thr dynasties who have termed him corrupt.
His post recieved mixed reactions here are some of their comments.
John Githui says "Wheelbarrows don't do well on mountains, they crush badly plus the driver and passengers,"
David Thengeri says "Brace up for Raila Odinga Presidency in 2022.
The mountain is once again teaming with the Lake.
Remember:-INDEPENDENCE,KIBAKI WIN,2010 CONSTITUTION.And RAILA 2022 Presidency.The MOUNTAIN and The LAKE is coming again together,"
Daktari John says "Now it is oranges, originally it was pork! Yote tutakula.A wheelbarrow is likely to kill you in mountains! Avoid it,"
Martial wrote "so long as they are oranges......they have the same nutrients and have a medicinal value...they are fit for human consumption,"
Amino says "Madam oranges;...Protects your cells from damage....Helps your body make collagen, a protein that heals wounds and gives you smoother skin....Makes it easier to absorb iron to fight anemia....Boosts your immune system, your body's defense against germs.
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