Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka today has made a move to ensure he secures some votes from the highly contested mount Kenya Region amid his presidential candidature.
He has met with the chairman of governors who is also the Embu county governor honorable Martin Wambora and other mount Kenya Region leaders. Among the members present also were his wiper party loyal members. He said that this meeting was just to Kickstart his Mount Kenya Region tours. He assured Kenyans that his idea to change now things are done is gaining momentum day by day and they should not be worried.
"I held discussion with COG chairman and Embu county governor Martin Wambora as I Kick-started my mount Kenya Region tour this morning," he said.
"Several wiper Officials were also in attendance. Our journey to change the way things are done is gaining momentum by the day," he added.
Kalonzo is one of the leaders who have shown interest in the top seat and have vowed not to join any group and be a running mate to anybody.
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