Mutahi Kahiga Takes Over As Nyeri's Fourth Governor. Will He Survive?

Mutahi Kahiga Takes Over As Nyeri's Fourth Governor. Will He Survive?
Nyeri County has witnessed the swearing in of its record fourth governor following the death of Wahome Gakuru in an accident.
Mutahi Kahiga was sworn in today even as the burial plans for the late governor continue.
Nyeri County has had the highest number of governor's in Kenya's history since the promulgation of the new constitution that introduced devolution.
The county's first governor Nderitu Gachagua died of disease while in office and had to be replaced by his deputy who went ahead to lose in the general elections.
Wahome Gakuru was in an ill-fated Mercedes Benz that hit a guardrail leading to his death. He was on his way to Nairobi for a Kameme FM interview.
The new governor was sworn in to office today with many leaders in attendance. The swearing in was preceded by a massive prayer event for the county.
The county could see its fifth governor in the coming days should the current governor lose in the by-elections that will be held at a later date.
The new governor promised to push Wahome Gakuru's development agenda.
He was sworn in amid "noise" from some unknown quarters. It is alleged that Wahome Gakuru's elections funders who fear that he does not know them are funding his opposers.
The king is dead. Long live the king.

Is the Nyeri Gubernatorial seat cursed or is this just a case of bad luck?

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