In recent days, Anne Waiguru has been dominating headlines in the country. That is because she has been dropping tough statements that have been confusing Kenyans about her stand on BBI and the Jubilee party.
Today, the Kirinyaga governor was hosted by Citizen TV. It is in that interview that she broke lose and admitted that it would be difficult to defend her position in the 2022 general election under the Jubilee party. That was enough to cause reactions in the country with many people speculating that the popular Kirinyaga county Governor will be on her way out of Jubilee soon.
DP William Ruto and Raila Odinga were left out as Ronoh Cornelius through his official twitter account alleged that Waiguru will soon be joining Gideon Moi. Cornelius attached past pictures of Waiguru and Gideon Moi that suggest the two leaders are in a good political relationship.
"Anne Waiguru will definitely join the winning team. With this, Kenya should expect a lot of political decency, sanity and decorum especially with the entry of Gideon Moi in the 2022 Race. #GideonMoiThe5th." Tweeted Ronoh Cornelius.
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