Susan Kihika is a vocal female Kenyan politician from Nakuru County in the Great Rift Valley region of the Republic of Kenya. She saw her political career rise from being a Member of the County Assembly to Senator and eventually Governor. She defeated the incumbent Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui during the recently concluded hotly contested 2022 general election. She vied through the United Democratic Movement Ticket.
Nakuru County Governor Susan Kihika seemed to have thrown a time bomb at her party leader president William Ruto as she reveals the following about presidential elections. According to K24 TV News Kenya, the fearless Governor Kihika questioned the logic behind having presidential elections in the country. Her sentiments come as Hon Raila's protests against president Ruto gain momentum. Hon Raila is insisting that the president stole his votes and he should step down.
"Governor Susan Kihika questions the logic behind having presidential election as Raila's protests gain momentum." Tweeted by K24 TV News Kenya
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