This comes a time when Ngirici is competing against the current governor Anne Waiguru in a hot contested battle.
Days after unveiling her Deputy Governor in the gubernatorial race, Wangui Ngirici is in tears after unknown people demolished her campaign banners that were meant to popularize her in the region ahead of the forthcoming elections.
Ngirici has spoken her mind hinting that participating in an election is not an indication that the competition should bring rivalry between those contesting.
Ngirici has come out loud to highlight the action as retrogressive, unfortunate, unprecedented, outlandish and unwarranted.
Ngirici has termed the kind of vandalism will not affect her ambitions to becoming the next governor of Kirinyaga because her campaigns are not based on billboards alone but more of it.
This comes a time when seeking a political seat will always bring you into trouble as your opponents will always work day and nights to bring you down.
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