Wanjiku is stunned that a political party she has supported for years would do such a thing.
"I'm quite offended. I've always supported my party openly, honestly, and continuously, yet there are some things I can't believe. Please keep me in your prayers."
As the story proceeds, it is unclear what provoked her distressing message.Others, on the other hand, claim she was requested to step down in order for another Azimio la umoja candidate to run in the region.
Wanjiku will campaign for the Jubilee Party in Gatundu North, a district said to be dominated by Vice President William Ruto and Rigathi Gachangua.
Leaders have recently been pressured to step down in favor of others in order to lessen Coalition competition.
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