The vocal UDA die hard, Cate Waruguru has penned down a message online regarding the Kenya Kwanza story. Cate, who was a bigwig in Kenya Kwanza campaigns claimed that the power of prayer, hard work, perseverance, persistence and humility has kept the Kenya Kwanza team going.
She further claimed that the team experiences frequent threats and intimidations which are meant to break them apart but contrally spur the team to be more focused on the quest for a better Kenya. Cate Waruguru reminded Kenyans that there is more that unites them as compared to the little things that could divide them.
The former women Rep for Laikipia county vied for an MP seat in Laikipia East constituency with a UDA ticket but failed in the nominations to the incumbent Amin Deddy who also lost in the general elections to the ex-CS for agriculture, Mwangi Kiunjuri.
Cate however remained firm and stood with the Kenya Kwanza team in different campaigns. You may share your views regarding the message shared by Cate.
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