Kirinyaga County governor honourable Anne Waiguru has created heated reactions from netizens after her latest remarks concerning the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and it's support in the Mount Kenya region.
Image courtesy: Governor Anne Waiguru.
During an interview on Citizen TV's Day Break on Wednesday morning, the Kirinyaga County boss claimed that according to the reactions from the people and the polls done nationally and regionally, the BBI project seemed to have left the people behind.
Waiguru now admits that she will be completely dishonest to say that the people from Mount Kenya region were in support of the initiative despite the fact that the initiative was promising better things for the region.
Here are some of the comments from netizens on governor Waiguru's remarks;
After the defeat of the Building Bridges Initiative at the court of appeal, governor Waiguru and other Central Kenya leaders who gained political mileage from popularizing the push to amend the constitution through the BBI, have taken a backseat and are now working on how to consolidate Mount Kenya votes ahead of the general elections.
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