Kirinyaga Governorship aspirant Anne Waiguru has urged her supporters to keep vigil during Jubilee party nominations to prevent cases of vote theft.
Speaking during her Meet The People Tour on Wednesday, Waiguru claimed that there was a plot by some aspirants to disrupt the nomination process and rig the process to favour them.
Waiguru claimed that the four years of Ndathi’s leadership were a political parenthesis that had proven detrimental to the well-being of county residents, adding that another five years of Ndathi’s leadership would be disastrous.
The former CS stated she had a well laid out agenda to improve the living standards in the county and improve how the county affairs are run.
“We have had four years of disastrous leadership and that is enough. It is time for the people of Kirinyaga to claim what they deserve – it is time for the people to vote for a change in leadership and betterment in the living standards,” she stated.
Waiguru, who has based her campaign on change and development, further noted that she is best suited to improve the state of affairs in Kirinyaga owing to her impeccable development record as Devolution Cabinet Secretary.
“As Devolution Cabinet Secretary I was able to initiate the youth and women empowerment projects, relaunched the National Youth Service (NYS) into a profit-making venture for the youth and initiated slum upgrading programmes,” Waiguru stated.
“As Kirinyaga governor, I intend to replicate my zeal and dedication to ensure the county is ranked top in terms of development.”
Anne Waiguru further rallied her supporters to turn up in large numbers on April 21 and support her candidature saying she is best suited to initiate development in the county.
The former CS will be facing off with the incumbent Joseph Ndathi for the Jubilee nomination ticket in an exercise slated for April 21, 2107.