Kirinyaga Woman Representative Wangui Ngirici has broken her silence since deputy President William Ruto endorsed her for Kirinyaga Governor in the looming general elections. Ruto on Sunday visited Rurii African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA), in Mwea, Kirinyaga and urged the Kirinyaga residents to support the Kirinyaga Woman Representative in the seat of Kirinyaga Governor in 2022 elections.
“Mnamjua Bi Ngirici? Mtamchagua kuwa gavana?” he asked the congregation as they shouted “Yes" while clapping. Speaking during the church service, Ngirici dared her competitors that she is set for the seat. Breaking her silence Ngirici twitted that they will not back down or look back vowing that the incoming government must be for the people and by the people. This twit comes hours after Deputy President will tearing through his critics, said that He is a man on mission who won't surrender or retreat.
Ruto wondered why some Leaders feel bad when he wants to uplift the lives of ‘Wanjiku' yet they were silent when he was helping Raila clinch Prime Minister position and Uhuru Kenyatta to win Presidential seat for two terms
Ngirici will be seeking to fly UDA party in a hotly Kirinyaga Gubernatorial seat that will see her face off the incubent governor Anne Waiguru.
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