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Ruto Told Waiguru Could Soon Abandon Him Again, Told Where She Will Go Next

The DP has been informed that there is no guarantee that Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru will support Deputy President William Ruto and his UDA party.

Waiguru recently switched from the Jubilee Party to the United Democratic Alliance, a decision she said she made after listening to her people.

Purity Ngirici, a County Woman Representative, claims that Waiguru joined UDA because she (Ngirici) was there and helped build and popularize it in Kirinyaga.

She claims that the governor now survives by following her around and that if she decides to leave UDA, she will be followed.

She is confident that her supporters will follow her to her new political destination if she decides to leave Ruto's camp, and she claims that Waiguru, her doppelganger, will accompany her there as well.

"In Kirinyaga, I popularized the UDA party and persuaded my people to join the party and support Ruto's presidential campaign, and it worked." She told The Standard, "I also led them in opposing the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), and they agreed with me."

She told the paper that she has taken a break from Ruto's events because she is busy listening to her constituents before making a decision and making it public.

Ngirici, who wants to unseat Waiguru as governor next year, said that once she makes a decision, she will try to transport her supporters to her new home.

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