Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions after latest photos of Governor Anne Mumbi Waiguru in Mwea went viral. This is all ahead of the 2022 elections whereby politicians have already started early campaigns whereby some are aiming to regain their seats whereas others to claim higher political seats
For Kirinyaga Governor Anne Mumbi Waiguru, she has already indicated that she will be aiming to defend her Gubernatorial seat. The main question is the party Waiguru will use since President Uhuru Kenyatta's key ally, PS Karanja Kibicho has also declared interest for the same seat come 2022. In the photos, Governor Waiguru was seen sharing a cup of tea with residents of Mwea, Kirinyaga in a small hotel.
Some Kenyans have ridiculed that politicians, Waiguru included have started doing such things so as to earn the votes of the people again. Others have questioned whether Waiguru has already joined Hustler Nation since this is a norm by Deputy President William Ruto's allies to associate themselves with the lowly in the community all thanks to their bottom up approach
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