The country is headed for next year's general election.The politicians are busy traversing the country to get more supporters.DP Ruto was in Migori county during the weekend as Raila made inroads in Mount Kenya.
The political leaders are making rampant visits in Mount Kenya region.This is because it is now official that the region will not provide a presidential candidate.The area politicians are keen in ensuring that they get the deputy President position.This however has not gone well with some politicians as a new push is already out for the Health CS Mutahi Kagwe to go for the top seat.
It is a big leap for Raila Odinga in Mount Kenya region after 4 Governors coming out to declare their support and plans to popularise him in the region.Laikipia Governor Nderitu Mureithi,Lee Kinyanjui of Nakuru,James Nyoro of Kiambu and Francis Kimemia of Nyandarua ha come together to start popularising Odinga in the region.Meetings on this are underway.This is after reports of Raila's planned meetings with the Mount kenya tycoons.More are yet to unfold.
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