Today leaders from Mount Kenya region graced the Thanksgiving service of Muranga county nominated member of county assembly Sharleen Wambui held at JCC in Thika, Kiambu county.
Sharleen Wambui is a nominated member of county assembly from Muranga. She was nominated by ruling UDA party under Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
The church service was attended by senior leaders from Muranga county allied to UDA party under Kenya Kwanza Alliance. Governor Irungu Kangata and his deputy Stephen Munania led the Muranga county delegation.
Other leaders from Muranga county in attendance included; Muranga Senator Joe Nyutu, Muranga women representative Betty Maina, Kigumo legislator Joseph Munyoro and several MCAs from the county.
" Fellowshipped at JCC Thika road, at the Thanksgiving ceremony of Hon. Sharleen Wambui, Muranga county assembly MCA" posted Muranga deputy governor Stephen Munania on his official Facebook page.
Kesses member of parliament Julius Ruto and former immediate Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala were also in attendance.
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