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Anne Waiguru Finally Reveals What They Usually Do Before Sleeping While In Retreat

Governor Anne Waiguru of Kirinyaga has said that President William Ruto was not seen with any members of the Cabinet or Principal Secretaries on Sunday.

Ruto participated in an interdenominational celebration on Sunday at the Nanyuki Stadium with his allies, who were led by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi.

The absence of his cabinet ministers was justified by Waiguru as being due to their being busy since yesterday.

She reported that after yesterday's sessions at the Fairmount Mt Kenya Safari Club, she saw the officials still hard at work and fumbling around in groups creating work plans as she went to sleep in her room. "Boardrooms are known as tukienda kulala bada and mikutano, respectively. (Last night, when we went to bed, we left them in the conference rooms), "According to The Star, the Council of Governors (CoG) Chair made the statement.

It's vital to note that on the penultimate day of Ruto's retreat with his cabinet, which had been going on since Thursday, she went to the facility first, followed by the other county leaders.

The government was also defended by Ndindi Nyoro, a Kiharu member of parliament, who said that their absence was caused by the fact that they had very important jobs to attend to.

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Council of Governors Fairmount Mt Ruto The Star Waiguru


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