Ann Waiguru. Photo courtesy.
Kirinyaga County governor Hounerable Ann Waiguru has been hitting headlines lately. Just few days ago, she was heard in avideo online asking residents about the party she should vie on come 2022. Well, it seems like she has made up her mind on next year's general election. According to her, she is a presidential material but as of now, she's open to being Deputy president.
With this declaration, it is good news to Martha Karua who is in the race to succeed her as Kirinyaga County boss. In 2017, Karua lost the seat to Waiguru who vied on Jubilee Party ticket. She appealed the decision but was again thrown out by the courts. The high court ruled that the election was free and Fair, something that Karua and her camp protested alleging that there was evedince of Voters bribery among other things.
Martha Karua. Photo courtesy.
The seat has attracted some Powerful people in the country. Interior PS Karanja Kibicho and Kirinyaga County woman representative Honerable Ngirici are some of the leaders who have shown interest in the seat. They have been seen moving from one place to another within the county selling their agenda to the people. Well, let's wait and see how it will play out soon.
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