Murang’a Women Representative Sabina Chege has finally responded to reports that she wept after she was heckled at an Embrace rally in her county.
While accepting that she indeed shed tears, she says the tears were just as a result of high emotions she had for president Uhuru Kenyatta.
She says that the emotions were as a result of the good projects worth millions of shillings Uhuru’s administration had given to the county.
She further dared anyone with video of her being heckled to produce it saying that it did not happen.
“I dare anyone with a video clip of me being booed to produce it. I was never heckled; I was only overwhelmed by the love that the President has for the great county. Receiving vaccination machines worth Sh. 36 million and cheques for women and youth worth Sh. 25 million is not a simple joke. I was overcome by the love and cried upon realizing that there are people who just want to rubbish the development agenda in the county and in the region,” she said.
A video of Sabina Chege weeping and wiping her tears went viral on Friday with reports saying that she was heckled for trying to sell the hand shake agenda.
The event was attended by Youth and Gender Affairs Chief Administrative Secretary Naomi Shebesh, Ms Priscilla Nyokabi of the National Gender and Equality Commission and elected women form across the country.