Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru made headlines few days ago, after claiming that someone can rent a Kikuyu but cannot buy one. The sentiments, as weighed by many people, were directed at Dp Ruto after all Mount Kenya counties passed BBI.
Today, taking to her facebook account, Waiguru posted the pictures of the meeting he hosted today. She also said that after BBI achieved breakthrough, the Mountain is now strong. She added that the train will now move to locals who will make the final decisions.
"As we all saw from with BBI passage by County Assemblies last week, Mlima uko imara! The train now moves to the grassroots and we the leaders are determined to make sure all our people are onboard!," Waiguru posted.
Before, the governor had criticized the move by President Uhuru Kenyatta to use some of the Government's Officers, whom she said are unpopular.It has also been reported that Anne is likely to be Raila Odinga’s running mate in 2022 elections if the former Prime Minister is endorsed by Uhuru, for the top seat.
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