Ann Mumbi Waiguru the governor for Kiambu County has hinted on which vehicle she might use to seek reelection in 2022. In a short clip circulating online and shared by Dennis Itumbi, Waiguru confidently asked her supporters to declare the party she should use to seek reelection.
Screenshot from the clip
Surprisingly the crowd unanimously asked her to use UDA which is the party linked to deputy president William Ruto. This openly insinuating that she might drop her party Jubilee and seek reelection on a UDA ticket which has grown in bounds in the region in recent days.
She is expected to face stiff competition from her archrival and the current woman representative Ngirici who has openly declared her interest for the same seat that Waiguru is currently pursuing in the next polls. The contest is expected to shape up in the coming days ahead of 2022. Do you think Waiguru will floor Ngirici in nominations? React below.
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