When Anne Waiguru, governor of Kirinyaga, was 28 years old, she shared the events that would shape her life.
According to Waiguru, it was at that time that she first expressed an interest in public service, a goal she later achieved.
She claims that, despite working at the World Bank at the time, she had always wanted to work for the government.
"I was always interested in public service, which is why I worked for the World Bank. I used to fantasize about becoming a police officer. I was probably 28 at the time. between 28 and 32 years old, "On Monday night, the former Devolution Cabinet Secretary stated.
She acknowledged that working with lawmakers to coordinate bank initiatives was one of her duties at the World Bank.
Later, she would receive funding from then-President Mwai Kibaki and be appointed as a consultant to the then-PS of Changes Joyce Nyamweya.
When former President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived, she was chosen to lead the Devolution docket; nevertheless, corruption problems plagued her tenure in service and forced her to leave for politics.
She has said that she was readily convinced to pursue politics, and on her first try, she was successful in becoming the governor of Kirinyaga. In August of the previous year, she was voted to the position once more.
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