There has been a series of meetings by the mps allied to deputy president William Ruto from the mountain side.There has been some rumours that the mps are bargaining for a deputy president seat on the next government.Today they also met again and claimed that they are in talks with Ruto about their fate.
The mps are blaming the government over the political division in the region.The region has a history of togetherness but today it's not the case.We have leaders such as Waiguru who are on the president's side while others like Kang'ata are on Ruto's side.
According to citizen news tonight, Rigathi Gachagwa claimed that the 'Kieleweke' side is not coming out clear on their presidential aspirant.Rigathi said that if it is Raila Odinga who is their preferred candidate, they should come out clearly.As for them they already know who they are supporting and it is William Ruto.
Uhuru has not mentioned the preferred successor but he said he will suprise many.What is your opinion on this issue?
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