Kirinyaga County Governor Anne Waiguru and Interior PS Karanja Kibicho have been long-time bitter rivals until today when the two decided to reunite.
The two decided to end their differences as the County is expected to welcome president Uhuru Kenyatta during the Mashujaa day celebration next month.
In a meeting with all elected leaders from the region, Waiguru and Karanja declared a ceasefire and resolved to bury the hatchet to show respect to the President and ensure a successful ceremony.
They vowed to uphold peace and have a peaceful competition in the coming general election after Waiguru revealed that their political differences have been the greatest issue.
They also decided to visit all the Constituencies in the County and preach unity amongst the locals.
Kirinyaga County Jubilee Party Chairman Muriithi Kang'ara expressed his happiness and thanked the leaders for coming together to show their solidarity.
Leader who attended the meeting include Purity Wangui Ngirichi (women rep), Mp George Kariuki (Ndia), Mp Kabinga Wathayu (Mwea), Mp Gichimu Githinji (Gichugu), Mp Munene Wambugu (Kirinyaga Central), Senator Charles Kibiru, Narc Kenya Party leader Martha Karua, Kirinyaga Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri, former Ndia MP Stephen Ngari and Kirinyaga County Assembly Majority leader Kamau Murango.
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