Wanjiku Kibe affirms support for Jubilee party after decrying mistreatment
A day after sparking a heated debate on social media over alleged mistreatment by the ruling Jubilee Party, Gatundu North MP Anne Wanjiku Kibe has affirmed that she will defend her seat on the same party.
While she did not clear the intrigues behind her cries on Facebook where she sought the prayers of her supporters, Kibe maintained that she remains firmly rooted in Jubilee and will be seeking re-election on its ticket.
On a campaign poster she shared on her Facebook page, Kibe stated that a season two of her representing the vast constituency in parliament was ripe.
"At times we speak volumes when we are quiet," she said as she wished her followers a quiet and restful weekend.
The first-term MP left her followers and netizens querying what had befallen her after she unusually posted a statement exhibiting disappointment in Jubilee Party which she had been ardently defending.
Her close allies today intimated that trouble began over the management of Jubilee Party campaign funds in Kiambu County.
It is reported that Kibe had been kicked out of the committee managing the funds after she allegedly failed to appear in the party campaign meetings and conducted poor mobilization.