Influential Mount Kenya region political leader has been asked to join the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's camp ahead of the 2022 general elections. This comes as good news for the Deputy President as he is set to increase his influence in the vote rich region if the politician heeds to the request placed before her.
'Tuko' news has reported that the Kirinyaga county governor Hon Ann Waiguru has been asked to back the Deputy President's 2022 presidential bid by the Kirinyaga county residents. The News platform has established that the voters from Kirinyaga county wants Waiguru to join William Ruto and deputize him (William Ruto) ahead of the 2022 polls.
The online news platform has further stated that there is allegations that Waiguru will join William Ruto's camp due to the pleas laid across by the Kirinyaga county residents.
Waiguru on the other hand has stated that she is capable of becoming the President of the Republic of Kenya but she can as well settle on being the Deputy President.
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