Speaking on Saturday, February 12, Waruguru noted that she was misquoted and misunderstood on the words which were considered as extreme and demeaning to the former lawmaker.
The outspoken Legislator, however, insisted that she has no apologies to make on what she said while confronting Kiunjuri.
Waruguru alleges that the hostility between her and Kiunjuri stems from their personal differences and she will not withdraw her words even before a jury.
Further, the vocal MP denied allegations that Kiunjuri is the one who introduced her to politics back in 2013.
â€œHow could he front my name for nomination as Member of County Assembly, yet his attempt to win the 2013 Laikipia gubernatorial seat failed?â€ posed Waruguru.
The fallout between the two started when The Service Party (TSP) leader hinted at vying for the Laikipia East parliamentary seat in the August polls.
Waruguru, on the other hand, dared the lawmaker to join the race promising him a tight battle.
â€œI know my brother Mwangi Kiunjuri intends to contest for Laikipia East MPâ€™s seat and I want to welcome him in the race,â€ Waruguru stated.
â€œLeave alone the current Legislator Mohammed Amin and immediate former MP Mutahi Kimaru. The race will be between two horses, which are Waruguru and Kiunjuri.”
Initially, Kiunjuri had made it clear that he was going to contest for the Presidential seat. He was at one point even fronted as a running mate to Deputy President William Ruto by political commentators.
However, Kiunjuri has not come out to reveal his next step of action on Waruguru’s sentiments.