Interior Permanent Secretary Karanja Kibicho and Kirinyaga governor Ann Waiguru have reconciled and resolved to work together. The two leaders say it is more beneficial to cooperate in making the life and Kirinyaga residents better. The two leaders have been having work-related difference with governor Ann Waiguru accusing PS Kibicho of interference in running country affairs.
PS Kibicho has been rumoured to be plotting to run for the Kirinyaga gubernatorial election come 2022. These rumours have caused uneasiness within governor Waiguru's camp since she is serving her first term as the Kirinyaga county boss. However, the handshake between the two leaders is an indication of commitment to work together in improving the life of the county residents. The two leaders can significantly collaborate on the economic and social development between the national and county governments.
Further, the reconciliation between governor Waiguru and PS Kibicho might be in line of the BBI politics. The two leaders are both supporting the BBI constitutional amendments bill and their joint campaign is pivotal in ensuring that the bill is supported by a majority of Kirinyaga voters.
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