Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has been the talk of town for the past couple of weeks after hinting that she was on her way out of the Jubilee party.
The first term governor in a past interview claimed that it would be hard for her to defend her seat in the coming general elections if she contests under Jubilee ticket, adding that she was first taking time to listen to her constituents.
On Friday, Waiguru through her Facebook Page revealed she had hanged out with Deputy President William Ruto's close allies Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika, Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa and Nyeri County Woman Representative Rahab Mukami.
She captioned the picture with, "Hanging out with the sisters, building relationships and listening," further wishing her followers a good Friday.
Addressing her electorates few week ado, Waiguru asked them which party they would use to make her second stab at the county's top seat, and they urged her to join United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
Most of her fans who reacted to the meeting stated that it was long overdue and went on to welcome her to UDA.
Here's some of the reactions;
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