Kirinyaga Governer, Hon Ann Waiguru, who is defending her gubernatorial seat using United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ticket in tomorrow's poll has revealed that there are some plans to steal Tomorrow's votes in favor of former prime minister Raila Odinga who's facing deputy president William Ruto in the presidential race.
However, she has urged their supporters to turn up in large number and protect deputy president William Ruto's votes in the country. She's one of the Linda Kura agents led by Gatundu South member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria who is known to be a strong supporter of Kenya Kwanza team.
"Despite the attempts to intimidate and rig, we have urged our supporters, to come out in large numbers, vote, protect the vote, and hand William Samoei Ruto and the Hustler Nation a clear, incontestable win tomorrow!" Said Hon Ann Waiguru.
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