Reason Sabina Chege Pointed Uhuru as Source of Her Tears [VIDEO]
Murang'a Woman Representative Sabina Chege has responded to reports that she cried during a rally in her county on Friday.
Speaking on Sunday at Kahatia Primary School where she sponsored a free medical camp, she hit out at her detractors for spreading the misleading news.
The legislator came out to defend her emotional moment, daring anyone with footage showing her being heckled to produce it.
Sabina explained that she became teary after remembering the love that President Uhuru Kenyatta had showed the region.
"I was only overwhelmed by the love that the president has for the great county. Receiving vaccination machines worth Ksh36 million and cheques for women and youth worth Ksh25 million is not a simple joke.
"I was overcome by the love and cried upon realising that there are people who just want to rubbish the development agenda in the county and in the region,” she spoke.
She defended Team Embrace which was bashed by MPs from her own party who claimed the movement was opposed to Deputy President William Ruto's presidential bid.
Sabina noted that the team was determined to unite the country's leaders and citizens regardless of the party they supported.
"It has never happened that leaders elected on Jubilee, ODM, Wiper, Kanu and others sharing a podium in Murang’a. Expressing support for the Head of State is magnificent and that’s why I cautioned the youth not to embarrass me," the woman rep highlighted.
"This was in reference to an incident in Kandara where a church service was disrupted when Kiambu Woman Representative Gathoni wa Muchomba rose to speak, and as a matter of fact, the youth never embarrassed me,” she added.
Watch Sabina Chege explain why Uhuru was behind her emotional moment.
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