Kirinyaga Woman Representative Wangui Ngirici now says there is no bad blood between her and Deputy President William Ruto.

Ngirici said she does not hold any grudge against Ruto but has a problem with what she termed as the invasion of the UDA party by selfish individuals, “who have no best interest for the party”.

The woman representative said she contributed to the making and popularisation of the party, only for it to be infiltrated by “ill-willed people”.

“Unfortunately, it all started to fall apart when some questionable characters invaded the party and ruined everything we had worked for,” she said on Saturday in Gichugu.

“Much as I left the party, I don’t have any problem with Ruto and there are those who follow him, which is within their right. Though, I advise you not to follow some of the candidates within the party blindly.”

She urged voters to scrutinise the track records of leaders before electing or re-electing them.

Ngirici cautioned the electorate to be keen when voting in some candidates who she said are hiding under the guise of the party.

She is seeking to unseat Governor Anne Waiguru as an independent candidate.

The Waiguru harsh critic dispelled the notion that independents will not secure funds to serve in their respective elective positions.

Instead, she called out leaders spreading the lie, saying the Constitution gives guidance into the sharing of national revenue irrespective of the political vehicle that a candidate used in securing an elective position.

The Star

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