While flagging off a garbage collection exercise in Kagio, the Kirinyaga Governor took time to fault some Members of Parliament for misleading Mt. Kenya region residents.
Waiguru claimed that some MPs from Mt. Kenya region were using the Building Bridges Initiative as a tool to divide Kenyans.
She pointed out that some leaders are claiming President Uhuru Kenyatta is attempting to cling to power beyond 2022 by supporting the BBI.
Contrary to these claims, Waiguru said that the president has shown no intention of staying in power beyond his constitutionally acceptable term.
She further warned the Tangatanga members from Central Kenya about a possibility of losing out on national leadership in the next General Election.
“If the (Mt Kenya) leaders are not careful and continue travelling in different buses, we shall not be in the government and other regions whose leaders are united in support of BBI will benefit.”
Governor Waiguru spearheads a taskforce tasked with drumming support for the BBi in the Mt. Kenya region.
The former Devolution cabinet secretary indicated that the region is bound to benefit greatly if the BBI is implemented.
“The BBI will ensure that more resources are allocated to improve coffee, tea, rice and dairy farming in the region. There will also be employment for our youths.”
Waiguru further warned other Jubilee leaders that the President is unhappy and will soon part ways with those who frustrate his efforts of uniting the country and achieving his leadership targets.
She also urged the residents to shun any politician opposing the BBI, which she believes will succeed.
Governor Anne Waiguru hinted that incompetence was the key factor behind Mwangi Kiunjuri’s sacking.
“Following the sacking of Mr Kiunjuri, the prices of milk have increased, the President is not sparing inefficient government officials.”