Kirinyaga County Governor Hon Anne Mumbi Waiguru is now at the subject of receiving shame, humiliation, and disgrace just hours after she allegedly joined Deputy President Willam Ruto's camp. This is after another group of Irate crowd (Hon Wangui Ngirici's perceived supporters) has now interrupted her political Rally demanding that she must go back to where she belongs.
According to a viral video clip seen by this writer, angry residents are seen trying to surround her vehicle before her bodyguards acted swiftly. While it remains unclear as to what caused the dramatic scene, a source privy to the developing story has now said that Waiguru refused to cater for their meeting allowances.Also in the same video clip, angry residents are heard dropping Ngirici and UDA chants even as Waiguru's convoy is seen making it's exit from the venue where the Rally took place.
"Let her go away. We will meet in the Debe so that we can decide who between her and Ngirici will make it. This is a UDA zone. UDA!," One resident is heard shouting.
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