Embu residents today declared in their majority that they would come 2022 support the deputy president William Ruto. They warned Mpuri Aburi against speaking ill of DP Ruto or the wheelbarrow movement as it's the real deal to the people moving into 2022 and Uhuru Kenyatta must board.
The irate residents were speaking after Mpuru Aburi tried to say bad things about DP Ruto. According to the people, Uhuru Kenyatta has no choice in 2022 rather to support DP Ruto or support another candidate and get embarrassed for they have decided to go with the wheelbarrow wave.
The Embu residents declared they were in the hustlers nation and will not be distracted into supporting a different candidate. The people have already decided it's William Ruto come 2022 and nothing will change such. That was the message Aburi got from the people to pass it to his friend Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to the people of Embu County, they are solidly behind the wheelbarrow movement spearheaded by DP Ruto and not in Uhuru Kenyatta camp. The message from them is that Uhuru Kenyatta must toe the line and go as per the wishes of the Mt Kenya region come 2022.
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