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“Don’t Waste Your Time”, Alice Brushes off Her Rivals As She Promises To Leave Thika Seat In 2022.

Thika Town MP Alice Wambui Ng’ang’a has asked her competitors to 'stop wasting time' because she will still win her seat in 2017, promising to give them a run for their money. Arguing that her record for Thika constituents spoke for itself, Alice said that she had nothing to worry about as she was sure to humiliate them after the vote tallies were completed.

“I will very easily floor my rivals in next year's General Elections. Numbers never lie and they help us paint a picture of what we should expect. It is very evident that Thika voters still have a lot of confidence in me after all I have gone through for them in the last four years. Tell them to wait for my 2nd term to elapse for them to try their luck. Otherwise, they should not worry as come 2022, I will leave the seat for them as I will then vie for the Kiambu gubernatorial seat,” said Alice.

Speaking at Kimuchu Primary School during as she commissioned a new classroom and a borehole, projects of her CDF kitty, the MP bragged that this time round she was not targeting a 50 + 1% win but rather a 70 + 1% in general elections. She termed Kamenu Ward with about 17,000 registered voters as her biggest, Alice saw no reason to worry about her competitors.

On matters education, she pledged to ensure that all those candidates who will pass their KCPE that she will personally see to it that none of them missed secondary school admission due lack of school fees. She also promised to reward the best four pupils in Standard 1s to 7 with a trip to the Nairobi’s Animal Orphanage as a way to motivate them to work harder.

She told off Opposition Principal Raila Odinga’s objection of the Sh6.8 billion Northern Collector Water Tunnel in Murang’a County saying that it was wrong for the former Prime Minister to play politics with a project that he himself was involved.

“Let me remind Raila and that he was the architect of this project in 2012 and he cannot purport to be the advocate of Murang’a people. What is wrong with the project now that he did not see four years down the line when he commissioned it? If he was that passionate with the lives of Kenyans, why hasn’t he fought the problem of the water hyacinth in his own backyard that is now chocking Lake Victoria?” asked the MP.

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