After weeks of speculation on her next move, Kirinyaga woman representative has today revealed that she is still a big supporter of the Deputy president and that she will still campaign for him if need be to become the next president of the republic of Kenya.
Extract of Ngirici's post today
Hon. Ngirici who is a staunch supporter of Ruto took to her Facebook page and wrote, “Hustler for hustlers movement is an inspiration that when you are walking down the right path and you are willing to keep walking, eventually you will make progress.”
Of importance to note is that she did not mention that she will join UDA party which is alleged to be the vehicle that the deputy president will use to run for the presidency come 2022, after falling out with his party Jubilee.
So far no Mount Kenya leader has openly declared that they will join the UDA party in spite of them supporting the hustler narrative which is associated with the deputy president William Ruto.
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