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Waiguru Explains Why Mt Kenya Experienced Low Voter Turn Out In The Morning

Governor Ann Waiguru has outlined the causes of the poor voter participation in Kirinyaga and other areas of the Mt. Kenya region block region. She claims that because it is planting season, the majority of people left for their fields in the morning but returned in the afternoon to cast their votes.

When the results are announced, Waiguru is convinced that William Ruto, the vice president, would prevail in round one. The governor is also certain that Kirinyaga County residents will choose her to serve as their governor for a second term.

The governor of Waiguru said that the morning's low voter turnout was over and that voters have already turned out in large numbers to choose their new leaders. As usual, Kenyans are eagerly awaiting news of how the Mt. Kenya area will vote today.

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The deputy president William Ruto, Waiguru, and a host of other officials are actively requesting votes online throughout the Mt. Kenya region. Let's wait and watch once the votes are eventually counted to find out if they will win considering that the elections are rapidly approaching.

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Ann Waiguru Kenya Kirinyaga County Waiguru William Ruto

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