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Kenyans Online Bash Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru Following Today's Events

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As we fast approach the 2022 General Elections and as campaigns are building momentum, its usually the right time when our voted politicians return to the locals, some even go extra miles to do the Unthinkable in a bid to woe more voters.

As we have witnessed many of these stunts being pulled by sitting politicians aspiring for leadership in 2022, controversial Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru has found herself on the wrong side of Kenyans online after posting photos of herself and some locals having tea at a local kibanda.

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According to the irritated Kenyans who have realized this new trick used by politicians to sway them into supporting their political ambitions, Kenyans online were fast to spot what they termed as a PR show, many accusing Ann Waiguru of only showing to the ground when it's to ask for votes but when elected, stay away in the Capital city.

According to the comments on Waiguru's official Facebook page, Kenyans appeared to mock her with most of the comments showing a sign that maybe Kenyans have finally realized how they are being used only to be thrown away once their purpose of voting is served.

Following are some of the hilarious and pin pointing comments:

It has been evident in the recent months that politicians with ambitions of vying for various seats come 2022 are desperate and willing to do anything to convince locals to vote them regardless of how they do it.

This is the best time for Kenyans to separate chuff from wheat and hopefully when elections come, they will be able to make the right decisions.

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What are your views about this habits of our political leaders? Do you think they are genuine especially since 2022 is approaching or it's just a public show? Share your views in the comments.

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