More details are leaking into why Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru is now likely to Join United Democratic Alliance, UDA, the Deputy President William Ruto's political party a head of 2022 election. According to The Star, this comes after the Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru revealed that she cannot rule out working with Deputy President William Ruto in the 2022 elections saying it's a bit too early for such a discussion on whether she could join UDA.
According to The Star, there are fears that the decision by a top civil servant to throw the heart in the ring for the Kirinyaga governor's seat coupled with the UDA wave could force Waiguru into reviewing his political game plan and she may go for other seats.
With ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi eyeing a Deputy President from Mt. Kenya, could Kirinyaga Governor eyeing the same seat with Ruto's camp.
The governor opened up about her 2022 political plans saying that while she cannot clearly say whether or not she will join UDA, the people of Kirinyaga will have the ultimate decision.
The county chief has recently signalled to change her 2022 political course especially after the court setbacks that roiled the Building Bridges Initiative process to amend the constitution.
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