The political season has resumed, and politicians are working hard to win the August elections. The nominations have finally been submitted, and all eyes are on the top prize.
The lawmaker has expressed her displeasure. She stated how she supported and fought for the Jubilee Party, but she couldn't understand or accept why certain things were happening to her.
"I'm really offended." I've openly, honestly, and consistently supported my party, yet there are certain things I simply cannot accept. "Please remember me in your prayers." Kibe penned
The Jubilee lawmaker ended her brief statement by requesting that Kenyans pray for her. This has sparked debate on social media, with many speculating on what motivated the legislator.
Others have gone out of their way to welcome the MP to the UDA party, notably Kenya Kwanza supporters. Kwanza in Kenya is regarded to be a safe haven for democracy. Wanjiku will seek re-election on a Jubilee party ticket unless something changes.
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