Mt Kenya region has become a hot cake towards the oncoming 2022 general election. Every presidential candidate is now looking upon the regions endorsement through getting a favourable running mate in the rich vote region.
According to the People Daily newspaper, six camps supporting former PM Raila Odinga have emerged in Mt Kenya as politicians from the Mt Kenya region now continue to jostle to be his running mate. List of those eyeing to be the ODM leader Raila Odinga running mate in the region are;
2. Mutahi Kagwe (Health Cabinet Secretary).
3. Peter Munya (Agriculture CS).
4. Martha Karua (Narc Kenya leader).
5. Peter Kenneth (ex-Gatanga MP).
6. Ndiritu Muriithi (Laikipia governor).
In the 2017 General Election, the Mt Kenya region had over five million registered voters and is now a major battleground for presidential candidates.
The DP Ruto is still yet to decide his Preferred Running Mate which is a major determiner on the region's decision.
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