Ann Waiguru is the governor for Kirinyaga county on a Jubilee party ticket since 2017 when she first won the seat. The one among the two only serving female governors in Kenya has found challenges in her rule as the county members of parliament plotted to kick him out of the county for misappropriation of county resources before he was saved by the senate.
Waiguru has been a strong supporter of the Building Bridges Initiative and at an event in Nakuru she said that she was ready to sell ODM chief Baba Raila Odinga in the region. The governor made a u-turn few days later after she said that she has not decided to back any presidential aspirant, she reavealed plans of exiting Jubilee party for another party probably UDA party.
According to K24 today, Waiguru now says that even president Uhuru Kenyatta nows why she has to ditch Jubilee for UDA saying that she won't run for the Kirinyaga seat using unpopular party in the county. Here is the link;
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