The political season is officially opened in the country as some leaders are defending their position some are upgrading to higher position.The Kirinyanga county women representative Purity Ngirici is on the run to run for gubernatorial race as independent candidate to unseat Ann Waiguru.The race is likely to be stiff just like presidency.
Purity Wangui Ngirici has today visited Ndia Constuency to hunt for more votes in order to expand her political territories.Looking at the pictures circulating online Huge Mammoth Turn Out for the rally making it to distinguish between tail and head of the crowd.Residents Are waving happily as some are carrying umbrellas.
She acknowledged via his twitter account that:It was a great, great experience to finally get the reception and love from the people of Kanjai, Ndia Constituency. Asanteni sana #KirinyagaKwanza#ZiaraMashinani .
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