Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru has proven to be Kenyans most preferred first women potential Deputy President after beating Narc leader Martha Karua, Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu among others in recent opinion poll.
Via poll initiated by Hans Africa Consult, Governor Ann Waiguru has earn Kenyan trust for second in command seat. Governor Ann Waiguru beats opponent listed by gaining 46 percent of Kenyans involved.
Coming second in the list is former Justice and Foreign Affairs ministers also NARC Kenya Leader Martha Karua who got 29 percent.
Kitu Governor Charity Ngilu came third after obtaining 20 percents of the votes as Agnes Kagure and Murang'a Women Representative Sabina Chege getting 2 percent and 3 percent respectively.
As per the poll, 67 percent of Kenyans would prefer a Women Deputy President come 2022 as Presidential interest remain between ODM leader Raila Odinga and UDA associate William Ruto. However, 21 percent, feels the country is not ready for female Deputy President with 12 percent of numbers involved remain undecided.
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