The political pressure is very high in Mt. Kenya as various presidential aspirants struggle to grab more supporters. Most of them are eyeing acquiring a running mate from the region. However, it appears that it may not be that easy with Raila and Ruto posing a big threat to each other. Raila has received support from Tycoons and leaders while DP Ruto appears to have successfully convinced the people into Hustler Nation.
Speaking to The Star, Kiharu Member of Parliament revealed the person who still stands to be the Mt. Kenya preferred presidential candidate. He put it clear that the people of Mt. Kenya believe in DP Ruto being their preferred candidate. This happens as DP Ruto continues to mobilize more supporters at grassroot level.
According to his words, Ndindi Nyoro said that the people prefer DP Ruto because he is a very consious leader who has gained trust in the Mt. Kenya region. Most people believe in him and yet to be convinced by someone else..
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