Meru Women Representative Kawira Mwangaza has resumed her Okolea activities, a few days after seeking divine intervention about her political future.
Kawira retreated to an unmentioned prayer location after Ministry of health officials interrupted one of her Okoloea functions at Kirogine Primary School.
Alleging a plot to kill her political dream, Kawira urged her competitors to embrace the fear of God and to ensure they do not eliminate any of their opponents.
‘Power is temporary. Human life is precious. Let those in power not be tempted to kill their opponents. We shall all exit this world,” Kawira said.
The self-declared ‘People’s Governor’ is now back to her early morning activities in different villages in the County.
On Monday last week, she was at Muriinya in her home constituency where she donated several parasols to small-scale business owners, school uniforms to needy pupils and financial support to business persons.
On Tuesday, Kawira was at Manjone where she donated a 10,000 litres water storage tank. She proceeded to Matirine Primary School the next day, where she donated another 10,000 litres water tank and hundreds of school uniform to needy pupils.
Early on Wednesday, she proceeded to Gaitu Primary School, where she donated several sets of school uniform to the Special Unit pupils and another water tank for the school.
On Thursday, she was at Kionyo, Mikumbune, Menwe and Gangara in South Imenti, where she donated hundreds of school uniforms, umbrellas, a water tank and cash to women and youth groups. In the same busy week, Kawira has been to Ngare Ndare and Karindine.
Kawira will be battling it out with Kiraitu Murungi and other candidates for the Meru Governor seat in the 2022 polls.
The author is a Social Media Strategist, a Digital Media Expert with interest in good Governance and Social Welfare. He is also a Mt. Kenya Youth Leader.