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I’ve forgiven my detractors, Wambui says

By -WAINAINA NDUNG’U | April 15th 2013
Othaya MP Mary Wambui (left) joins traditional dancers during her thanksgiving party at Othaya Approved School grounds yesterday. [PHOTO: WAINAINA NDUNG’U/STANDARD]


Nyeri,Kenya; Othaya MP Mary Wambui has said she has forgiven those who undermined her during campaigns for the March 4 polls.

The legislator said she expected her rivals to adopt a similar stance.

During a thanksgiving party held in her honour, Wambui promised to help establish a milk processing plant in Othaya town and cooling plants so that the area could produce its own packaged milk for sale in shops.

She thanked those who stood by her and ensured her victory in a close contest with retired President Kibaki’s preferred candidate Gichuki Mugambi (Saba Saba Asili).



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