Kirinyaga County Governor Hon Anne Waiguru and Murang'a Woman Representative Hon Sabina Chege addressing members of the press conference. (Photo courtesy).
Kirinyaga Governor Hon Anne Waiguru, who has been linked with United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party for weeks now after issuing a statement that she is listening to the ground in her County, to know which political direction they want her to take ahead of 2022 general elections, Waiguru has now revealed out her presidential ambition.
According to K24 television, Waiguru said that she is already a president material after her experience in the government as a Cabinet Secretary and later as a Governor for Kirinyaga County.
But she is currently open for being a deputy President for the presidential aspirants. She is ready to be approached to take up that position as she prepares to go for presidency in future. This is the first time for the Governor to openly reveal her interests for presidency after declaring her interest to defend her Kirinyaga Governor seat next year.
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