Deputy president William Ruto visited Kirinyaga county for a sunday in AcK church. Governor Waiguru and her close competitor Purity Ngirici have welcomed the DP in one accord. Ruto has landed in Kirinyaga despite the drama that has been witnessed in the morning. The youths have burned the jackets of Waiguru protesting against the UDA party.
The county boss joined Ruto's camp one month ago. Her move is a threat to woman representative Purity Ngirici who is eying the gubernatorial seat. Ngirici has high hopes of unseating Anne in 2022 on UDA ticket. The law maker has however decided to withdraw her fully support from DP Ruto.
According to Ngirici, she has taken a step back to watch how the ground is before making the next political move. She went ahead and regretted why she supported the growth of UDA. Today the two political rivals have shared the podium in a church. Their photo with DP Ruto has sparked a lot of reactions from Kenyans.
Governor Anne Waiguru, DP Ruto and Purity Ngirici
Some reactions are as below;
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