The scramble and partition of Mount Kenya Region between the presidential candidates is very tough and competitive with two top leaders (Raila Odinga and William Ruto) leading the race to share the Region.
As things stands, Raila Odinga seems to have the back of top businessmen and politicians like CSK Macharia and president Uhuru Kenyatta while deputy president William Ruto has captured more of vocal but growing leaders like Ndindi Nyoro and Rigathi Gachagua.
Despite them having that Support,a news by the star newspaper headline has emerged that the mount Kenya Region leaders wants to craft new deal and play a hardball as they raise the stakes for their region during negotiation time.
"Raila Odinga, William Ruto headache in battle for mount Kenya Region. Politicians from the region plan to play hardball to raise their stakes for 2022," the star newspaper headline read.
This come just days before the meeting that will take place in Embu county at Izaak Walton Inn hotel has already been approved by president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The meeting will comprise of all party leaders from mount Kenya and their party members as they intend to discuss the future and their unity as a Region ahead of 2022.
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