It is less than a year to the general elections. Some governors have already completed serving their last term as the governor of their counties while a few will be defending their seats ahead of next year polls.This week, Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru made the remarks that she might defend her seat using the party that electorates will decide.
In a video that trended yesterday. The Kirinyaga citizens requested their governor to join United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ,a part associated with the deputy president William Samoe Ruto.
However, according to K24 People's Daily and the research made by Mizani Africa. Popularity of Anne Waiguru has declined in the region.
Currently,Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua is the most popular woman in Central Kenya. She stands at 35% followed by Anne Waiguru at 18%. Other leaders like Kirinyaga Woman representative Madam Ngirici, Sabina Charge and Susan Kihika are all below 10%.
This comes as a bad news to Waiguru who is hopefull to defend her seat against the rejuvenated Karua also known as the 'iron lady's.
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