Waiguru dribbling towards the goalkeeper
Ann Waiguru in her quest to be reelected as the governor of Kirinyaga today hosted a tournament in one of her counties. However it was a post of her dribbling the ball at the event that stole the show as she continues with her campaigns to popularize her agenda.
According to her post on social media, the event was ment to promote talent in the area which has for long been known to be a home of winners in both football and also handball in the country.
In the post Waiguru used Ruto's slogan of Kazi ni Kazi and also used his tag of UDA. Since her defection to UDA, Waiguru claims that her popularity has grown steadily and she is on a mission to clinch back power and be elected as governor. Her competitor is However not lying low as she has also stages vigorous campaigns.
Below are some images from the event;
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