Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has promised to reach out and woo Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga to Deputy President William Ruto's party, UDA following his recent message to the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga
Speaking in Nyeri on Saturday when she had accompanied Ruto during his rally, Waiguru said that she has seen that Kahiga is not comfortable supporting Raila, and thus she will tell him that his residents want him in UDA.
"Which party do you want you governor to join? I will talk to him today and deliver your message that you want him to join us in UDA," said Waiguru after Nyeri residents chanted UDA to her question.
This comes a week after Kahiga hosted Raila during his Azimio La Umoja meeting that brought together a section of Mount Kenya regional leaders, Raila allies, Luo and Kikuyu elders.
In what angered the leaders present, Kahiga urged Raila to stop his historical narrations and tell his residents how he was going to solve their problems, give the county professionals job opportunities and revive the economy if they elect him as president come next year.
Kahiga has been adamant of his political moves, and it is not yet clear whether he will be fully supporting Raila or he will bolt out to Ruto's side.
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