Kirinyanga County Governor Ann Waiguru has sparked wild reactions from a section of politicians and Kenyans following her allegations on vying for a seat with Jubilee party ticket. According to Waiguru, it's certain that she may not run on Jubilee ticket incase the elections were held today.
The Kirinyaga Governor who is one of President Uhuru Kenyatta's top political ally could possibly join another party away from Jubilee come next year. Waiguru's sentiments have been taken differently with a section of Kenyans suggesting other favourable parties for her incase she would love to vie for a political seat in 2022.
Waiguru further reiterated that she is looking into various options as alternatives but not specifically Jubilee party. Ann Waiguru is undoubtedly one of the most vocal female politicians in Kenya and is among the political strongholds from Mt Kenya region. However, Waiguru is yet to declare her new political party despite currently being in Jubilee party.
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