There was no heckling or booing at my function, Sabina Chege clarifies

Murang’a Woman Representative Sabina Chege sheds tears while at a past function.
Murang’a Woman Representative Sabina Chege has clarified she shed tears to appreciate goodies the national government  delivered to her county, to uplift living standards of the residents.

She clarified that there was no booing nor heckling as alleged by her critics, saying she got emotional and overwhelmed by goodies valued at Sh100 million that Jubilee government under President Uhuru Kenyatta gave to Murang’a residents.

She spoke at Kahatia Primary School in Kiharu on Saturday when the Sabina Foundation organised a free medical camp that benefited over 1,000 people in the tea growing area.

“I had invited guests from all over the country, and I cried after I was overwhelmed by the gesture of the government to my Murang’a people,” said Chege.

Murang’a MP Sabina Chege (left) with other members of Embrace Kenya Initiative at Kimorori grounds, Kenol in Muranga’a County. [Boniface Gikandi/Standard]

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On Friday, when Embrace Kenya Initiative led by Homa Bay Woman Representative Gladys Wanga and Gladwell Cheruiyot (Baringo) were at Kimorori grounds in Murang’a, the members called for unity of Kenyans and respect to the President and other leaders.

Murang’a MPs who graced the Embrace Kenya Initiative function were Joseph Ngugi (Gatanga) and Ruth Mwaniki (Kigumo).

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