The drama about who should be on the billboards in Kirinyaga County escalates with governor Ann Waiguru and women's representative Wangui Ngirici battles for the might of the county as Ngirici's husband Andrew Peter Ngirici issue new conditions before leading by example to pull his billboards.
While addressing his issue to the Kirinyaga county advisers, Andrew Peter Ngirici pleaded that all the branding in the county to be pulled down to pave way for county advertisers to advertise the Mahujaa day that will be hosted by the county.
However, Andrew Ngirici, said the county government and its residents should give a 7-day leeway to allow Mashujaa Day brandings to be done in different parts of the county by pulling all other existing billboards branding.
Wangui Ngirici's husband wanted the Mashuja Day brandings be done stating that this celebration in Wanguru, Kirinyaga County will mark the end of leadership under president Uhuru Kenyatta.
It has, however, been speculated that the supremacy of who should be branded on the billboards started when Ann Waiguru showed intentions of joining the UDA party that Ngirici was enjoying maximum support of Ruto and the people.
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