For the past few weeks Anne Waiguru and Wangui Ngirici have been engaging in an ugly war of words. They have been taking on each other from the time that the governor hinted on joining DP William Ruto's linked UDA party, a party that the women representative is also eyeing to use in 2022 general election where she will also be seeking the gubernatorial seat.
On her side, Wangui Ngirici admitted that she is ready to face Anne Waiguru in the UDA nominations if that will be the case but as we are currently speaking, there is only one question to Wangui Ngirici which is 'utawezana?'
That is because Anne Waiguru has once again won millions of hearts after her latest move. According to reports, Anne Waiguru decided to give out Ksh. 125 million to needy students. That is said to be the biggest amount issued by the county government since Waiguru took over.
In the last general election, Anne Waiguru managed to beat Iron lady Martha Karua, so will Wangui Ngirici managed to unsettle her this time round? Share your opinions below.
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