Vocal Kirinyaga County Women Representative Purity Wangui Ngirici has broken her silence after she was reportedly left out of the list of invited guests to Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru’s wedding with Kamotho Waiganjo.

Nation reports that Ngirici who does not see eye-to-eye politically with Waiguru was among those not invited at the Saturday event that will be graced by high profile guests.

Despite not being invited, Ngirici spoke her heart out, advising Waiguru to jealously guard her man as good men are hard to find.

“She should guard her husband because good men are rare to find and that’s why we jealously guard ours,” Ngirici said.

Purity Ngirici
Purity Ngirici

Also left out was Central MP, John Munene, who is considered among the “rebel” MCAs.

The wedding, scheduled to take place at Kiamugumo Primary School, will be attended by over 2,000 high-profile guests before proceeding on honeymoon immediately after the event.

“Tell Kenyans to be patient. They will see us gladly serving them come Monday,” Waiganjo said.

The groom further warned that although those without invitation cards will not be kicked out of the event, they will find it difficult securing seats.

Anne Waiguru weds lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo in lavish traditional wedding
Anne Waiguru weds lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo in lavish traditional wedding

An invitation was also extended to local residents by the deputy governor Peter Ndambiri who urged residents to pray for Waiguru ahead of the event and turn out in large numbers

“I urge you to seek divine intervention for the governor as she gets ready to take the marriage vows,” Peter prayed.

Doctors from the county had threatened to storm the wedding and cause chaos as relationship between the governor and doctors, nurses and clinical officers who went on strike reached an all-time low.