Governor Ann Waiguru. Photo courtesy.
Today, Kirinyaga County governor Honerable Ann Waiguru shocked the country after he declaration on building bridges initiative report. She claimed that, the report was not popular in mount Kenya region as it was Claimed before. Her statement has elicited mixed reactions online to an extent of a video being Shared online while she was dancing to BBI tunes with Odinga few Months ago. In the video seen, she is heard claiming that all central region Governor Supported the bill and they were ready to Campaign for it to the end.
Well, a section of kenyans have sided with her saying that, Politics is all about interests and if he has seen something good else where. She should be allowed to move there without hesitation as 2022 Political rallies intensifies.
"Anne Waiguru supported BBI. In this video, she speaks Luhya and says that all governors from central Kenya support BBI. It is her democratic right. Now she is telling stories. Aki politicians! Lakini, tutawaanika wote kipoooole tu, wakauke mos mos, waanuliwe ni watu wao." Posted Germany Based Lecture.
Here is the link to the video.
Here are some reactions.
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