As the country prepares itself for the fourth coming general elections to be held next year, one of the Counties that will be facing stiff competition in gubernatorial race is none other than the Kirinyaga County. The current Governor Anne Mumbi Waiguru will be facing off stiff competition from the current Kirinyaga County Woman Representative Hon. Wangui Ngirici, the Iron Lady, Senior Council Martha Karua and incase PS Karanja Kibicho decides to join the race.
The matter is becoming complicated after the latest revelation by David Makali. According to David Makali, he has come out clearly urging the people of Kirinyaga County to elect Senior Council Martha Karua. He says that Senior Council Martha Karua is competent.
"I am urging the people of Kirinyaga county, Please elect @MarthaKarua as your governor in 2022. She is competent, deserves it and will make a difference. #KirinyagaIsKarua. *That's my first unqualified endorsement for the 2022 General Election." Tweeted by David Makali
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