Susan Wakarura Kihika, is a Kenyan lawyer and active politician, she is the currently serving as Senator of Nakuru. She was elected to that position in 2017 on Jubilee ticket. Initially, Susan Kihika served as Speaker of Nakuru County Assembly becoming first female to hold that office in Nakuru. Furthermore, she is the President of the IPU Bureau of Women Parliamentarians.
As 2022 general elections silent wave of early campaigns all over the country. On 1st October 2020 senator Susan Kihika officially declares that she will go for Nakuru governor's seat. Vocal Senator who is allied to Deputy President William Ruto may win 2022 race against governor Lee Kinyajui who is aligning himself to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Building Bridges Initiative.
Senator Susan Kihika boldness to Ruto's camp which seem have gained popularity have boosted her to greater heights judging from mini polls that was just completed about a month ago in London Ward. UDA candidate won against Jubilee candidate.
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