Former Dagoretti Member of Parliament Honourable Dennis Waweru has revealed the Condition that the Mount Kenya Tycoons will use to support the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader Raila Amollo Odinga ahead of 2022.
Waweru who is close ally to President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and among the Mount Kenya Tycoons, who met at Safari Partk Hotel for a Crucial meeting. He has stated that they will not just support Raila Odinga because of the Handshake. But they will consider his Ability into the field of Governance and Economy, especially for the Mount Kenya Region.
"We as Mount Kenya People, we will not support ODM's Raila Amollo Odinga just because of his Political Influence across the Country. But we will consider some Political and Economic Aspects before making our final Conclusion."
President Kenyatta's team is working on supporting Raila Odinga for Presidency. The team is consisting of both Mount Kenya Tycoons and Governance Experts who will determine the next fate of the Person who will succeed President Kenyatta.
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