Bishop Margaret Wanjiru has reiterated that she will vie for Nairobi governor in 2017, saying “some old man who was elected there has failed in his duties”.
The former Starehe MP, who donned an outfit in JAP colours, accused Governor Evans Kidero of being unable to fulfill his campaign promises.
“May God help me to win the 2017 gubernatorial race so I can address your issues,” she told youths during a tour of Nairobi on Friday.
Wanjiru asked youths to shun illicit brews and use the money to improve their lives.
Illicit brews have rendered men incapable of makes families forcing women to seek alternatives, she said.
“Young men, you should know that when you consume illicit brew you damage your bodies and cannot make children. We women want children, but if you drink you are forcing women to go look for them elsewhere,” she cautioned.
“That is not right. If the wife is yours, the children must also be yours, or do you want us to rent children or ask for them elsewhere?”
She made stops at Muthurwa and Railways bus termini, Tom Mboya Street, Koja bus station and Ngara area.
Wanjiru vied for nomination as ODM candidate for governor in 2013, but her Doctor of Theology degree from Vineyard Harvester Bible College acquired in July 2003 was rejected.
The Commission for Higher Education also rejected her bachelors degree in Christian Leadership from the United Graduate College and Seminary International.
She subsequently decamped from ODM to TNA on December 10, 2014 and announced her intention to vie for governor.
Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko and Starehe MP Maina Kamanda are also eyeing the seat.