There was drama outside Tharaka-Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki's office on Monday after an undisclosed number of women dumped their pants at the place in protest against alleged insults.
Women from different parts of the county including Chuka/Igambang’ombe, Maara and Tharaka matched to the office to seek the attention of the governor before deciding to leave behind their undies.
Both the county boss and his deputy were not present when the incident took place, Standard reports.
The irate women demanded an apology from the county boss after presenting their grievances to Chief of Staff Mr Wilson Murithi, One of the women, Diana Kagendo, told journalists that they were unhappy with the behaviour of the county boss while accusing him of male chauvinism since he was elected into office.
It all started when the governor allegedly told contractors working for his government to wait for their mothers to pay them, a remark that did not augur well with the women.
Another woman, Evangeline Karimi lamented that the county boss has not been supporting models in the county.
She further claimed that the governor told models to look for sponsors to fund their activities because of county government lacks funds to support such things.
Efforts by Standard to reach the county boss for a comment proved futile