Honourable Betty Maina was elected as the women representative of Muranga county in the previous election replacing Sabina Chege who served two terms from 2013 to 2022. Some hours ago she attacked former Kandara member of Parliament Alice Wahome who is the current cabinet secretary for water and Irrigation.
The argument come up after CS Alice Wahome supported Ford asilil candidate and not UDA candidate who Betty was supporting in Kandara by-election which was replacing her. Betty asked her to concentrate with her cabinet secretary job and leave Kandara politics alone since it's non on her business now.
This has appeared not to go well with Kandara residents especially politician who have called upon Betty to tame her tongue while speaking about Alice Wahome who was among the most hardworking ladies in Kandara which made president William Ruto nominate her.
Others have asked her to imitate Sabina Chege and develop Muranga rather than attacking her fellow leader. Watch the video below and share your views with us in the comments section.
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