As commonly known to her voters as mama Simba ,the Laikipia county women rep Cate Waruguru she is among the few kenyan women who believes that what a man can do ,awoman can do it better that men.
Raised from a humble background faced with economic challenges ,Hon Cate believes her future is more bright than before.
Cate has already declared that,she will vie for the Laikipia East parliamentary seat in 2022 and she has hit the road running.
She has accused the current MP Mohammed Amin of failing to initiate development projects at the grassroots, saying she is ready to defeat him at the ballot.
Speaking in Umande ward,Laikipia East,while issuing out various cheques to youth and women for table bankin,the vocal legislator said that ,It is time for Amin to pack his belongings and go home because there is no room for under performing politicans.
“My people needs development, I mama Simba am ready to reform this Laikipia East,2022 will face those who call themselves Men,this constituency needs someone who can steer developments not a joker or lazy leaders,”Cate stated.
Cate said she has a right to lobby for development projects from the government for his constituents, saying he was taking credit for her development projects.
“If your MP is not working for you, let him go home. We will scout for votes as women and we will not allow some leaders to mislead the people,” Waruguru said.
She has also criticized The Service Party (TSP) leader Mwangi Kiunjuri for eyeing same seat instead of going for another top seat.
“I have always agreed with Kiunjuri on various issues concerning development. But we always differ whenever he opens a political party and thinks that he will use it to threaten we women,” she said.
Cate said she will continue supporting President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration after shifting from Deputy President William Ruto’s camp.