Governor Ann Waiguru has spoken, revealing the reasons for the low voter turnout in Mt Kenya region specifically for in Kirinyaga during the morning hours. According to governor Ann Waiguru, the low voter turnout was as a result of cold weather as well it's a planting season hence most went to their farms in the morning but came out in numbers in the afternoon.
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Governor Waiguru is confident that the voter turnout would double in the afternoon of course to the advantage of the deputy President William Ruto. She is confident, she will also be elected as the next governor of Kirinyaga County for a second term of course with a huge margin.
Waiguru remained confident that in the afternoon as many people as possible would come out and cast their votes. According to her, the Kenya Kwanza team will win today polls by a wide margin and that's going to be seen once people vote.
Waiguru is clear turnout in Mt Kenya region will be massive before the end of the day. She is confident that majority of the people in the country and specifically in Mt Kenya region block will support Ruto and close Raila's political chapter.
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