Following massive requests and plea to the acting Kirinyaga County Governor Her excellency Ann Waiguru from various presidential aspirants and delegates who wish to get her boost by deputising them on the 2022 general election.
From her massive support in most of the Mount kenya region counties, most of presidential candidate cannot let her loose because the numbers is what really counts and that her large vote tally will be very key into clinging the top most seat.
Speaking to KTN NEWS, her excellency declared that she is now eying on been reelected again as the Kirinyaga County Governor coke 2022. Sighting that she has no plans to deputise anyone.
This comes after days of her seen with Kalonzo Musyoka at the OKA offices and many believe that she is on her way to joining OKA and by default she will be the running mate of Kalonzo.
Other insights depicted that, she was in talks with Mudavadi to have her votes from mount kenya centred towards Mudavadi.
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