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Karua Leaks What Mt. Kenya Leaders Need Amid Their Eye on 2022 Polls (Video)

NARK Kenya party leader Martha Karua has opened up on what the people of Mount Kenya are working closely in ensuring that they will be served right as they deserve in the face of the looming 2022 general elections.

While addressing the press of the mega that features the leadership of Mount Kenya, Karua noted that the Kenyans constitution must accommodate everybody and not a specific group of people.

She further noted that she will not side with anyone at such a time but rather focus more on what the constitution says about equality in matters of leadership.

“Equity and equality is our main concern … so that the constitution can accommodate everybody… it is our issues that all of those four priority…our discussion are within the framework of the constitution, and our discussions take care of the interest of others in that the constitution comprehensibly covers everybody,” Karua told the press on Monday, September 20, 2021.

In the face of the highly anticipated 2022 general elections, Karua has been calling for unity in the central region amid the looming divide and the current disempowerment that has been co-existing in the region since 2018.

The right between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto managed to disrupt the unity of the region after a section of Jubilee allied Members of Parliament ditched the ruling party for the second in command.

The formation of the United Democratic Alliance under the leadership of DP Ruto drew a section of legislators and lawmakers from Uhuru`s backyard, an incident that raised eyebrows.

The central region has been eying for yet another top seat, with all eyes being who will be DP Ruto`s running mate as well as Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga who has equally been selling his agendas in the region.


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