The nominated senator Milicent Omanga has called on the new mount Kenya spokesman who is the speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi to join the deputy president William Ruto before the 2022 General elections.
Using her twitter account, the deputy president key ally advise Justin Mutual to join the so called hustler Nation in order to push his agenda to the people of Mount Kenya.
She continued to advise the speaker of the National Assembly to work closely with the deputy president William Ruto for the purpose of bringing the mount Kenya region together. She added that moving closely to DP Ruto in all the development will bare him fruit ahead of the 2022.
"The National speaker is a great man. I will advise him to work closely with the DP for purpose of forming inclusive development oriented, caring and Progressive government in 2022. He should look at the bigger picture", she quoted.
The deputy president William Ruto is looking for his running mate ahead of the presidential elections that will boost him to state house.
Since the coronation of Justin Muturi, the mountain Kenya leaders have differ politically. Different political leaders in the region are looking forward to succeed president Kenyatta.
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