Speaking at his constituency on Sunday after attending a church service, Nduati affirmed that the region will be in the next government, further saying that despite being active in the region's politics, the county has been left out of the negotiating table.
The Jubilee MP 'threatened' the county leaders who are not supporting the president, stating that such critics will not be elected or supported for an posts across the county.
"As Murang'a we are waiting to know which way the president wants us to take. Our sons Rubia, Matiba bought us liberation, and we have not been lucky to produce a president, but now we have one of our own," said Nduati.
He went on to state that the former presidential candidate Peter Kenneth stands as the best person to lead the Mount Kenya Region after Kenyatta exits the political stage.
According to Nduati, Kenneth having viewed for presidency knows what it takes to lead a region, and his track record can be traced back when he successfully managed Gatanga CDF funds when he was an MP.
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