Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru has finally broken silence after Laikipia County Women Representative Catherine Waruguru launched a scathing attack on her.
Speaking at Serena Hotel, Waiguru said that she is not ready to engage in sideshows because she understands that it is all about politics.
She appealed to Waruguru and other women in the political scene not to insult each other in the name of politics.
The Former Devolution Cabinet Secretary also said that there are millions of Kenyans who look up to them as leaders, adding that Waruguru missed the point.
"As women, we have to accept that we are in a very unique position with regards to influencing families and society,” Waruguru said, as quoted by Standard.
“We cannot go low and expect our children and our society to go up, we must be role models and give a better example," she added.
The county boss also said it is high time the leaders practice politics of development rather than concentrating on abusing each other. Early November, Waruguru said that Waiguru should concentrate on her family and not politics after getting married.
She hit out at the county governor saying she is putting too much energy in Building Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) at the expense of her family. Personal vendetta or not Waiguru seems to have mastered a way to play low in the political gimmicks.