It seems Waiguru did not come empty handed as a video has emerged of residents scrambling over her donation.
The residents and bodaboda riders are seen fighting for helmets and reflector jackets which had been donated.
The residents went straight for the yellow helmets and orange reflector jackets while Governor Waiguru was busy talking to some people who had accompanied her.
In the video, a group of seven young men are seen pushing each other trying to get one of the helmets.
In another incident, the residents scrambled to get reflector jackets from the people who were in charge of giving them out.
A few managed to get the reflector jackets before other people came to assist to remove the residents and they proceeded to where the crowd had gathered waiting for Waiguru to address them.
Governor Waiguru who was also wearing a reflector jacket managed to calm the residents and during her address she asked her supporters for advice on the best party to seek reelection in next year’s elections.
The residents in response shouted that she should join Deputy President William Ruto’s UDA party as she hinted she wanted to ditch the ruling Jubilee Party.
“Since you said you want me back as your governor, what party do you want me to join? Which party do you want me to come with in Kirinyaga,” Waiguru asked to which the excited residents chanted UDA.
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