Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has dismissed report that Building Bridges initiative was popular in Mount Kenya region adding that Polls have clearly indicated that the people were not supporting the constitution amendment Process.
Speaking to Citizen TV, it's now coming clear that indeed Former Devolution CS in warning Up to say Goodbye to Ruling Party Citing that it Will be difficult to run on Jubilee ticket and win even with good track record
Pundits foresee a major shift to United Democratic Alliance which is now rising up so fast and will be region's Party of choice.
Currently, Waiguru had devoted her time listening to the people before making a decision that will Ensure that she survives politically. Without doubt, it's only a matter of time before she decamps to hustler Nation Which is taking swipe in the Mountain.
She believes that it will be wise For Presidential Candidate to settle on female running mate because it will heavily Boost their support Base
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