Ngirici in her Facebook account said, "Oranges don't do so well in high attitude areas, they end up being restless."
Her saying comes just hours after the ODM party leader Hon Raila Odinga toured attended a Safari Park meeting that was hosted by Mount Kenya Tycoons who unanimously accepted to support Raila Odinga's presidency and leadership come 2022.
The Kirinyaga brigade is Dp Ruto's top supporter at all time and has always defended him when humiliated by the political counterparts, she has also ensured the Kirinyaga region is deeply rooted in Ruto's ideologies.
Angry Kenyans have attacked her after her post of teasing the ODM which uses orange as a party symbol which is also gaining high momentum in the central Kenya region.
Below are Kenyans reactions.
John Githui said, Wheelbarrows don't do well in mountains, they crush badly plus the driver and passengers. "
Joe Mithamo said, "And wheelbarrows don't climb hills leave alone mountains. They wear out quickly."
Below are more comments.
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