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"Mambo Yamebadilika" Mount Kenya Governor Says As He Warns The Region To Pick The Right Man

As incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta prepares to exit the state house in a few months to come, the future of Mt Kenya Region votes still lingers owing to the absence of a serious presidential candidate.

Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia has come out and send a warning to the region against making a political ' mistake' during the 2022 general elections that will keep them in opposition zone for the next five years.

The governor who has been rallying behind Raila Odinga' s Azimio La Umoja bid stated that things have taken a drastic change, and more will be seen in the coming few months cautioning Mount Kenya residents against making their choice blindly.

" Currently thinga have change and no one will know what will happen in this nation tomorrow. We will see major revolution, and as a region, we must ensure that we will never be in the opposition in 2022, let' s be on the winning side. " added Kimemia

Francis who was speaking during home coming ceremony for Jubilee' s party nominated Senator Isaac Ngugi after his nomination following the demise of Victor Prengei on Thursday urged the region to ensure the votes are placed in one pasket.

His wise comments comes at a period when ODM Supremo and Deputy President William Ruto are in a war scrambling for the region' s votes, and have been camping in the region for a long time. Both top seat contenders are the key leaders expected to succed Uhuru Kenyatta. According to the political analysts, the two " bulls" will lock horns in the ballot box until a stronger leader wins.

Eventhough their are other leaders salivating to step in the state house, their voices seems to have no ear to listen. Meanwhile, what is your sentiments about this matter? Please like comment share and don' t forget to follow the channel to get more updates.

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