After her Failed Impeachment motion and alleged attempts by the EACC to frustrate her 2022 political ambitions, Kirinyaga County Governor Hon Anne Mumbi Waiguru has once again revealed that her current enemy is on her neck trying to ensure that she doesn't get re-elected during the upcoming 2022 general election that has already gained momentum in the Nation.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with Citizen Tv, the Kieleweke Governor who has in the recent days delivered signs that her heart doesn't belong to the handshake team has now reported that its so sad and unfortunate that some people who were once perceived as trusted men and women in politics have now turned against her just because she has changed her mind ahead of the upcoming polls.
Gov. Anne Waiguru: I have felt that there is a plot to ensure I retire as a one-term governor. My impeachment motion was one such attempt. Before that there was sabotage of hospitals. But I also know I need to do all I can to win a second term. That is democracy.
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