Kiambu County Women Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba's early-morning post has sparked online reactions as fans slammed her over what she revealed to have experienced during the recent Juja by-elections.
Wamuchomba who has since been linked to "Kieleweke" team hinted that after what she learnt from Juja Constituency By-election where the People's Empowerment Party won, she will remain from a distance to watch and listen to what's happening.
"From my recent experiences in Juja, I will remain hapa nyuma ya hema just to listen and learn, na huku nyuma ya hema tuko wengi leo," posted Gathoni Wamuchomba.
According to MP Wamuchomba, she claimed that not only her alone, but also a compact majority behind her place who are all ready to listen and learn going forward.
The Mt Kenya MP's post has sparked online debate as fans roasted her claiming that the team she is risks losing her 2022 general elections.
According to the reactions, Kenyans have warned the lawmaker that as she learnt from the recent by-elections, ground has shifted in favour of the "Hustler Movement" saying that Tangatanga is the only safe side for Mt Kenya leaders.
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