Governor Ann Waiguru is almost coming to end of of her first term as the governor of Kirinyaka county. She was elected alongside Peter Ndambiri as her Deputy. The governor and her Deputy are not in good terms as they sail Kirinyaka county together.
The fight between the two began when the deputy declared his canditure in in the coming Elections. It was a direct insult to her boss who is still in office. Today the residents from the deputy governor region went on roads to demonstrate against the governor for poor infrastructure in the region.Mr Peter Ndambiri joined them to raise their grievances. The deputy governor said that Ann Waiguru left the Region because he declared interest in the same seat. That just a few days are coming and people will choose new leaders who will push forward development agendas in all zones of the county irrespective who they voted for or support.
This act by the deputy governor puts governor Waiguru in trouble with her people on the County.
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