The county boss had declare his support for the Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga where he has been receiving opposition from the Mount Kenya leaders allied to the deputy president of Kenya Dr William Ruto.
In what is seen as moving close to the hustler nation, Kiraitu Murungi today held a consultative meeting with Meru senator Mithika Linturi and Imenti Central Mp Moses KirimaNgushine where the three leaders had agreed to work together as a team to steer the dream of making Meru great.This comes just a day after senator Linturi had promised to rally enough support and honesty to the hustler nation and deputy president William Ruto.￼￼He posted, " Yesterday morning, we had a breakfast meeting with the elected leadership of Meru county." He Continued, " We discussed the developments agenda of our county as we plan for the days to come.
We also reaffirmed our commitment, and loyalty, to the Hustler nation led by our deputy president William Ruto," He posted.
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