The Kirinyaga governor Ann Waiguru has let the cat out of the bag, revealing why it makes her uncomfortable hosting Mashujaa Day celebrations. Waiguru had earlier clashed with PS Kibicho over hosting the National event set for today.
Speaking one on one with Citizen TV's Waihiga Mwaura on Tuesday evening, Waiguru claimed she's not in control of the audience, which makes her uncomfortable as a host governor, and a politician in Kirinyaga.
Waiguru has also revealed that all the invitations were done by the National government with only 250 cards issued to her. She however reiterated that they agreed to shelf their political differences with President Uhuru when he made a visit to Kirinyaga ealier on.
As president Uhuru is expected to grace his last Mashujaa Day celebrations, Waiguru has asked him to make a major statement on the state of the economy, the big four agenda and his he will be consolidating his legacy.
Waiguru is also hopeful that President Uhuru will give a signal on the political direction he'll take following the heated political atmosphere.
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