Kirinyaga county women representative Wakili Njeri Maina stole the show Infront of president William Ruto. This happened as Ruto visited Keruguya, Kirinyaga county attending church service. Accompanied by deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and other political leaders.
In a video posted online, Kirinyaga county women representative Wakili Njeri Maina stole the show after she hilariously made some remarks about president William Ruto. Njeri also thanked Ruto for appointing and directing deputy president Rigathi Gachagua to ensure they deal with coffee and tea plantation cartels.
"Nataka nishukuru president maanake tulikuwa pale statehouse on Thursday na akasema ya kwamba mtu amepatikana Sasa imebaki tu number ipeanwe ngombe ziletwe Mimi niende na nikiwaangalia hivi sidhani mtakubali hiyo maneno. Na hata wale witnesses mathenge, Ndindi Nyoro na jaguar nimeona wote wako hapa. Kwa hivyo hayo maneno wanaweza tia sahihi. Thank also for appointing and directing deputy president Rigathi Gachagua to ensure we deal with coffee and tea plantation cartels in this country", says Kirinyaga women representative Njeri Maina.
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