Kirinyaga governor Waiguru recently turned 50 years old and still not showing signs of aging revealed her biggest regret and experience throughout her years at 40.
In an interview over the weekend, Waiguru revealed that she was naive and trusted a lot of people who were not suppose to be trusted since they had ill motives against her.
"I believe that i was very naive and easily trusted people in my career in one of the senior positions in government. I assumed that everybody meant well," young looking governor explained.
She added that the adage of life begins at 40 is very true since the last ten years have been very significant in her a life.
She revealed that in the last decade she has done so much that she didn't expect she would do while in her 40s. Noting that she served in the Cabinet, started huduma centers initiative, women and youth fund initiative, elected as governor, got married and also witnessed some of her children start their families.Waiguru with her family
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