Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru who has been experiencing political turbulence recently, now claims that her problems are stage managed and originate from within the government.
Taking to social media, the first term governor who was summoned over sh52m payment made for land survey now says the move is being pushed by her rivals in the government.
“Shame on you! This is the witch hunt narrative I was talking about being pushed by those fighting me in the government! Get this clear we have not paid, repeat not paid 52m or we have not paid even one shilling!” Waiguru tweeted.
On Thursday September Governor Waiguru appeared before the Ethics and Anti – Corruption Commission for more than three hours where she was questioned Sh52.8 million alleged to be paid by the county for titling of 17, 000 acres in South Ngariama.
Previously during an interview, Waiguru made remarks that made people to anticipate that the Jubilee governor would ditch the party ahead of the August next year elections.
The governor said it is too early rule out possibility of working with Deputy President William Ruto but her next political move will be dictated by people.
“I can’t say I would join UDA or not. You this is politics, but it is unlikely, but it is a bit early. Let us see how the ground looks like,” she said on Monday morning during an interview with Spice FM.
“I cannot be ignorant and go against my people. I can’t vote myself in, I am listening to what they want. Do they want me to run for governor a second term?’ she posed.
The governor who has been one of the key critics of hustler nation, has been experiencing obstacle including impeachment by the Kirinyaga County MCAs. She was later saved in the Senate.