Waiguru Boycotts Ruto’s Kirinyaga Church Fundraising Event

    Kirinyaga County Governor Anne Waiguru surprised many by failing to attend a Church fundraising which was being spearheaded by the Deputy President William Ruto.

    Ruto’s Kirinyaga tour was ignored by the Kirinyaga County Governor, Anne Waiguru and her Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri.

    Kirinyaga Central Member of Parliament John Wambugu said that Governor Anne Waiguru never took initiative to inform anyone her whereabouts and never sent an apology for skipping the fundraising at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

    The Kirinyanga leaders who attended the event include, Kirinyaga Women Representative Wangui Ngirichi, Mwea MP Joseph Wachira Kibanga, Gichugu MP Robert GichimuGithinji, and Ndia MP George Kariuki, however, Kirinyaga Senator Charles Kibiru sent an apology earlier since he was not in the country and could not make it to the fundraising.

     Speaking in Kirinyaga County at Sacred Heart Church, Deputy President Ruto said that Jubilee Party will not be intimidated to stop their agenda for political heckling.

    Deputy President William Ruto

    Deputy President blamed Orange Democratic (ODM) leader Raila Odinga for pushing referendum bid and for judging his church donations.

    Ruto also added people know what they want and they should not be intimidated or be blackmailed by anyone about the referendum bid. He also affirmed that no one will stop them from fulfilling their promise to Kenyans.

    In the company of 20 members of Parliament supporting Jubilee Party, Deputy Ruto said they will not allow politics in the ruling party and dismissed the referendum bid claiming the people behind constitution change have nothing to offer to Kenyans.

    Deputy President Ruto dismissed allegations that the Jubilee party is divided into two teams currently referred to as ‘Kieleweke and Tanga Tanga’.

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