Anne Waiguru, the governor of Kirinyaga, has responded to Lee Kinyanjui, the governor of Nakuru, who warned presidential aspirants against investing too much in the Mt Kenya region.Waiguru concurred with some of his remarks in a statement, saying that people from the region, like the rest of Kenyans, had suffered.
The governor stated that residents of Mt Kenya will vote for Deputy President William Ruto, whom she described as "a messenger they feel," and that they will vote with their heads and hearts.
Governor Kinyanjui has warned that presidential candidates who put too much money into the mountain may come to regret it.
He claims that in 2022, the region will vote based on real issues rather than the quantity of harambee, roadside entertainment, or tokens given to citizens.
"All we ask is that you proceed with prudence when following this bloc. Don't put too much money into it since you'll end up regretting it. Since the introduction of multiparty elections, the region has voted with its mind rather than its heart in the last five elections "Kinyanjui expressed himself on Facebook.
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