Governor Ann Waiguru of Kirinyaga County recently became a subject of speculation by netizens over her divided mind .The first term governor registered her displeasure with the Jubilee Party but was reluctant to announce her new political position.
She further declined to give the reasons why she was contemplating ditching the ruling party for a party that her people will like her to be part of.
However, she has managed to break silence today on why she intends to decamps to another party so that she can seek re-election as Kirinyaga County governor for the second term.The vocal governor alleges that Jubilee party has lost popularity and using it to seek re-election will cost her alot.
She alludes that using the "unpopular" Jubilee party will make her spent alot of money compared to her competitors in popularising her bid .
She is still expected to unveil the party that she will be using although many suspect that she will decamp to Ruto's UDA party .
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