In an interview with The Standard on Tuesday, April 19, Kihika called on Kenyans not to read much into what she posts on social media.
“I am very comfortable in the UDA party. People should not read too many details from my posts on social media. They have nothing to do with my position in the party,” said Kihika.
Clarification by the Nakuru gubernatorial aspirant come after claims of a looming fallout between her and the UDA party following a series of suggestive posts on her social media pages.
The outspoken politician shared her photo with a cryptic message in her native Kikuyu language suggesting that all was not right in William Ruto’s party on whose ticket she is expecting to unseat Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui.
“Kaba Mwena Wa Ngai, my friend Moses Kuria you had seen very far,” Kihika wrote on Twitter.
Her post came barely days after William Ruto’s aid Farouk Kibet allegedly kicked her out from a meeting in William Ruto’s home for purportedly being a Jubilee mole in UDA.
Some aspirants have also accused her of having a hand in the ongoing UDA nominations in the county with nomination losers pointing fingers at her alleged influence in the process.