As 2022 general elections is approaching, many politicians are forming new coalitions to secure their seats. Also many politicians are moving around the country and begging Kenyans to support them during general elections.
According to the source, Ann Waiguru who is the governor of Kirinyaga county has officially joined UDA Party. This is a huge relief to deputy president William Ruto because he has got a huge support from a prominent politician from Mount Kenya. Mount Kenya has more than one million voters. Ann Waiguru is expected to run for the governor for the second time in Kirinyaga county.
After Ann Waiguru joins UDA Party, Kenyans have reacted and expressed their feelings.
Look some reactions; Association of Bounce; Now we know Ruto's deputy.
Zuku; it is good she joined the losing side.
Nathan Kipruto; Karibu home mama. Hustle nation is unstoppable. Pewa Running mate kwani iko Nn!
Will Ann Waiguru win elections through UDA coming 2022 general elections.
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