Waiguru has today declared that she would defend her seat through UDA party ahead of 2022 which is championed by the deputy president William Ruto. The fact of the matter however is that soon, she will be hosting leaders to Mashujaa day celebrations among them Uhuru Kenyatta as well his deputy William Ruto did the celebrations are happening at the Kirinyaga County this time.
According to the protocol, it's clear the governor is the chief host of the Mashujaa day celebrations that will be led by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. This will be the first time this leaders are expected to meet after several months of political showdown.
Uhuru Kenyatta has not been seeing eye to eye with his deputy William Ruto as well the governor has switched camps to support Ruto moving forward away from Uhuru Kenyatta's jubilee party. It's not clear of the messaging but it's clear the governor has been at the top gear preparing for the event given she is the host of the event as well many other leaders will be attending.
The actual reason this leaders will meet is to celebrate the Kenyan heroes who have made Kenya to be where it's today. Therefore since they are our leaders hopefully they will work together when they meet for the betterment of the Kenyan citizen for it's clear Kenyans need service delivery and not fighting all through.
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