Wangui Ngirici has informed on what made her withdraw the case challenging Ann Waiguru's win in Kirinyaga gubernatorial race in the last general election. This was after detail emerged that she lacked evidence to support her petition.
And according to Tuko, Ngirici has revealed that she decided to withdraw the case from the high court because she values the people of Kirinyaga. Ngirici believes the case could make Kirinyaga fail to meet its development agenda as it could take more time.
Ngirici alleged that she decided after meeting Kenya Kwanza leadership rubbishing rumors that the case had no evidence.
"After serious soul searching and wide consultation with my supporters and UDA and Kenya Kwanza leadership, I have decided to take a bold step; One that does not serve to advantage me or disorganize and disenfranchise the governor but one that serves the full advantage to the people of Kirinyaga."
Ours is to wait and see what happens with Ngirici political future after withdrawing the petition as her supporters are still hopeful she still has a chance in Ruto's government.
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