Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru
Raila Odinga and William Ruto have been hunting votes in the vote rich block of Mt Kenya. This has led to most politicians aligning themselves on either of the two frontrunners. Governor Anne Waiguru is one of high profile politician in the region who is supporting the deputy president. Her Nakuru counterpart Lee Kinyanjui is a staunch supporter of the ODM party leader.
Lee Kinyanjui took to social media to explain why the region should not vote for William Ruto. He cautioned the region not to vote for someone using their heart but rather head. In using the metaphor, he seemed to acknowledge Ruto's popular in the region. He said that Ruto did not support the president nor did he support BBI which would have helped the region tremendously.
Waiguru in her response said that Kinyanjui was partly right. She said that people should vote using their heard but added that they should also use their heart. She added that the reason why Mt Kenya will vote for Ruto is because they understand the message and they feel the messenger.
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