Reliable news sources say that the outspoken Kenya Kwanza Alliance lawmaker held a prayer service in her district and invited villagers and Maragua officials to attend.
She suffered a major setback, however, when she reminded chiefs and county commissioners who attended the ceremony that they had campaigned for the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance coalition during the August 9 general elections.
According to reports, the chiefs and county commissioners were not pleased when Mary Wamaua reminded them of their support for Raila Odinga's coalition during the August elections. They chose to leave en masse in response to the charges.
This follows President William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua,'s assurances to Kenyans that no public servants, including chiefs and county commissioners, will be used in future political campaigns.
They said that what was said to have happened before the August 9 general elections would never happen again because it was against the Constitution.
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