Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has informed what will happen to those leaders in Kirinyaga disassociating themselves with the United Democratic Alliance Party delivering bad news to Kinyaga Woman Representative Hon Wamgui Ngirici.
Speaking in an interview with TV47, Governor Waiguru has said that what should be understood by those criticizers of UDA in Kirinyaga is that the ground has shifted ning UDA as the most popular party.
According to the Kirinyaga Governor, she has said that before she made her political defection from the Jubilee party to join UDA, she first ran research on the ground making it clear that she realized she might lose support if she continue staying in the Jubilee party.
Asked on what will happen to those, not in UDA, Governor Waiguru has said that to those not in UDA have low chances to secure positions in the next government saying that even to her Kirinyaga critics, they have slim chances to win elective seats.
"If you are not in UDA and want to stand in any position in Kirinyaga you stand a very slim chance to win," Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has said.
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