Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru has allegedly claimed that the people of Mt Kenya region are stuck in the promise that President Uhuru Kenyatta gave the Deputy President William Ruto. Speaking at Kameme TV on Wednesday morning, the Kirinyaga County Chief went ahead to claim that the Deputy President William Ruto under the Hustler Nation Movement is enjoying more than 82% of the total votes in Mt Kenya region.
Waiguru, who previously backed President Uhuru Kenyatta said that, she did so because if the handshake and the BBI Report as it was benefiting the region. However, Ann Waiguru has said that, she had to make the decision she made of joining Ruto's camp after the fall of BBI because it's time for Politics and the BBI will not be on the ballot.
The Kirinyaga County Governor went ahead to claim that the people of Mt Kenya have rejected the Azimio La Umoja initiative associate with the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and close allies of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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