"I protested" Rigathi Gachagua's decision to limit her speech at the Kenya Kwanza Rally on Saturday at Ndumberi Stadium in Kiambu County.
Ruto's running mate, Gachagua, rose from his seat and walked towards Wahome, prompting the outspoken politician to beg for additional time to deliver her statement.
Wahome refuted Azimio's claims that they care about women, stating that one post (the running mate role that was handed to Martha Karua) is not enough, and the women want more positions in the next government, something she claimed the Kenya Kwanza team has taken care of.
She continued by telling Raila and his crew that, if they truly care about women, they should urge President Uhuru Kenyatta to cut the price of basic foodstuffs and fuel, given their proximity to him.
She further asserted that the Mount Kenya Territory remains under Kenya Kwanza and that Ruto will be the next president, refuting rumors that the region had been transferred to Azimio.
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