Many of Kenya's newly elected and reelected political leaders are engaged in a heated competition to see who can provide the best quality of services to their constituents. Kenyans want to see changes in their everyday lives, not big lectures in which nothing is actually accomplished.
Kenyans are really worried, and the event that took place in Meru County today, in which MCAs rushed out of the Meru County Assembly, may be the beginning of a period of difficult days ahead for many governors. According to the Governor of Meru, bad spirits were the reason why the members of parliament walked out of the building. She has given her word that she will pray for them.
With everything that has transpired, the governor of Kirinyaga County, Ann Waiguru, who was one of the leaders who was in the bad books over corruption and who came dangerously close to being impeached, now has a reason to smile after receiving increased support, which could see her outshine many of the governors in the Kenya Kwanza government. According to the evening's wonderful news, the legacy that Governor Ann Waiguru of Kirinyaga County will leave behind has gotten a significant boost from the United Kingdom.
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