The widows of the late Dixon Kihika Kimani have today reiterated that they have no quarrel with Susan Kihika contrary to what has been portrayed in the media in the past.
The widows were speaking at a press conference this morning at Kunste Hotel, Nakuru. The 5 out of the 8 widows said that what ha
d happened in the past was a small domestic issue that should not be used by the opponents of Susan Kihika.
“Kihika had 48 children in total. Out of those, Susan is the hardest working, she is the brightest and very conciliatory. She doesn’t hold a grudge,” said one of the step mothers. Jane Wanjiru.
The widows said that they have no issues whatsoever with Susan as she is one of their favourite daughters who has been good to all of them and has kept the family name alive on the national scene.
“We also take this opportunity to that president Uhuru and his Deputy William Ruto for appointing Susan to spearhead the Jubilee campaign in the Central Rift region,” said another widow Miriam Warahu.
OPPONENTS BE WARNED
In addition, the widows speaking on behalf of the whole family have apologized to Susan for having been used by her opponents to spoil her name.
“We wish to apologize to Susan for spoiling her name. On behalf of the whole family, those present and those not present, we sincerely apologize for having been used by Susan’s opponents to soil her name,” they declared.
Those opposed to Susan Kihika politically have also been warned not to drag family disagreements into their campaigns.
“Please note that we have solved our family issues and this should not be a campaign issue,” said another of the widows.
The widows have also made an appeal to the people of Bahati to support Susan so that she can deliver to them just like the late Kihika.
The widows are, Nyambura Kihika, Alice Kihika, Lucy Wangari, Miriam Warahu, Charity Nyambura, Winnie Wangari and Margaret Wambui who was absent with apologies.