Kirinyaga county governor Anne Waiguru is evidently holding her ground on why she chose to ditch Jubilee party for deputy president William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ahead of the much anticipated general elections next year.
This is after her sentiments while on an interview on citizen tv when she defended her move to join rival camp claiming that as a politician,a wrong vehicle may render a loss in elections despite being the right candidate.
She notes that running for office is very expensive and choosing a party that is difficult to sell might end up worsening things for her candidature.
"As a politician, if you happen to enter the wrong ‘vehicle’, even if you are the right candidate, you will lose the election.Running for office is very expensive and if you choose a party that is difficult to sell, then it is even worse,"she declared.
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