Former CS Anne Waiguru throws party for friends amid NYS graft storm (Photos)

At a time when many in the country are baying for her blood, Anne Waiguru is soldiering own and even threw a lavish party as she builds up momentum for the race of Kirinyaga governorship.

Ann Waiguru is facing multiple battles from all corners.

She is still working to clear her name of the NYS graft claims, she is set to face the firebrand Martha Karua for the Kirinyaga governorship seat and out of the blue she landed on DP Ruto’s cross hairs.

Somehow, the lady at the center of what is arguably Jubilee’s biggest scam manages to ignore all that ad hold a party for a select few.

The party it is reported was to sell her vision for Kirinyaga County ahead of her campaigns for the governorship race. Among those invited is the flamboyant Donald Kipkorir.

The prominent City lawyer is apparently the few whose opinion about Waiguru has changed for the better.

Previously he had called for the resignation of Ann Waiguru but in his own words he claims to have reconciled and worked things out with the former devolution CS.

"Tonite, Her Excellency Anne Waiguru invited me to join a small select group of friends to present her vision of Kirinyaga County. Am humbled to call her my friend. For long, I behaved to her, like those Pharisees who brought that woman to Jesus accusing her of prostitution without bringing the men she slept with .. in life, we all enjoy accusing without evidence, but the truth sets all free ... after getting to know Anne, i walked away from the mob that wants to stone her .. Am glad, we reconciled and buried the past .. am always looking to a better tomorrow.. the God I worship is a God of redemption."

The only irony here is that, Donald Kipkorir is a staunch supporter and close friend of the Deputy President Ruto.

Whether he made the post after or before DP Ruto scathing remarks about Waiguru is not the issue but how he will balance his loyalty in light of his new found friendship. Here are photos of the party…


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