Martha Karua. Photo courtesy.
NARK Kenya Party leader, Hounerable Martha Karua while appearing on a local television interview, made some declaration on Mount Kenya region come 2022 presidential election. According to her, president Uhuru Kenyatta is still the Kingpin of the region and the direction he will give on who to support in presidential election will have a great impact. She continued by saying that whoever will be endorsed by Uhuru Kenyatta will have a good following and should not be written off easily.
With deputy president not in good terms with the president, and with his latest public attacks on President, it is evident that he won't be supported by Uhuru. This is good news for Orange democratic party leader who is currently enjoying support from Mount Kenya allies who are friends of the president. On various occasions, the president showed how happy he is working with Raila in his second term. Will he endorse Odinga for president come 2022? Well, let's wait and see how things will play out.
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