Few days ago, Kirinyaga Women Representative Purity Ngirici made headlines after she attacked his UDA counterparts Susan Kihika, Jumwa and Rahab Mukami after their visited Anne Waiguru,who has signalled she could join DP Ruto's camp.
Ngirici also fueled the situation after posting a a photo of President Kenyatta, welcoming him to Kirinyaga county, on 20th October during Mashujaa Day Celebrations.
Today however, Purity Ngirici cast off the rumours that she could be heading to Uhuru's side and attended a meeting in DP Ruto's Karen Residence today.
Photos shared by the DP shows Ngirici among the leaders who attended the meeting of aspirants drawn from Mount Kenya and Ukambani regions.
This means that Ngirici is in United Democratic Party,and since she has announced she will run for Kirinyaga gubernatorial seat,might square it out with Anne Waiguru in UDA nominations if Waiguru joins DP Ruto's outfit.
Here are some of the photos of Purity Ngirici while attending DP Ruto's meeting.
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