Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru has of late put her followers with guess work predictions concerning the political party she intends to use to defend her seat in the 2022 general elections after hinting at ditching her current Jubilee party.
According to first term governor, it might not be a walk in the park for her to succeed in 2022 if she vies under her current party due to that its influence is increasingly going down in the area.
When asked about the political party she intends to use in 2022 during an interview with the NTV this evening, the governor maintained that she is still yet to make a decision.
However, she added that even though she has really worked very for the Kirinyaga people, the people might not appreciate her work because she belongs to the party that people do not resonates with.
"Even if you have done a good job, but if you are in a buss that people do not want, you might fail to be elected," Waiguru said.
She further said she is still picking up the views of Kirinyaga voters and once that process is complete, she will make it public the party she will use to defend her seat.
"Right now am still taking the views of Kirinyaga voters. Their decision will be final and very soon I'll make it public the party I'll use," Waiguru said.
Recentlybthe governor hinted at joining the deputy president William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
She will be competing against the incumbent Kirinyaga woman representative Hon. Wangui Ngirici who has made it public that she will use UDA party as her political vehicle
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