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"I Have a More Handsome Husband, " Waiguru's Beef With Ngirici Turns Nasty

Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has told her political nemesis she has a handsome husband but has never used him to further her political campaigns.

Waiguru told off her competitor Wangui Ngirichi to campaign for herself and not bring on fold her husband Andrew Ngirichi.

“You elected me your governor and not my husband, Kamotho Waiganjo, who is not only handsome, well education and well-endowed hence I have never involved him in my day-to-day political activities like my rival does,” the governor said.

Speaking at the Christian Community Service (CCS), Wanguru after she disbursing a Sh 125.6 million cheques to the needy children in the county, Waiguru wondered why Wangui was always accompanied by her husband as though he was the elected Woman Representative for the county.

Waiguru said her rival should not be using her husband in her political campaigns and face her one on one like a woman.

Andrew Ngirici who is a local businessman has not been seeing Waiguru eye to eye soon after the 2017 general elections. He has constantly campaigned for his wife and does not shy away from doing so all over the county.

Yesterday Wangui said she does not see anything wrong in being boosted and supported politically by her husband.

“I do not see anything wrong with my husband campaigning for me and since he is mine that’s why he is standing on this podium with me today,” she told a meeting at Thiba village, Mwea.

Ngirici vowed to continue supporting and campaigning for his wife to the hilt until she accomplished her mission to wrestle the gubernatorial seat from Waiguru come next year’s general elections.

“Wangui is my wife and I am her ardent supporter which Waiguru should contend with as she prepares to exit from the gubernatorial seat for the new governor,” Ngirici said.

Waiguru and the Ngirici’s are embroiled in bitter political wrangles over the now coveted gubernatorial seat.

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