Presidential aspirant Mukhisa Kituyi was yesterday endorsed by Western Elders to vie for the 2022 presidency. This is an event that happened at Tongaren in Bungoma. The former minister was endorsed to give him a go ahead for the 2022 presidency. Such an event is said to have last happened back in 1978 when former president Daniel Moi was endorsed.
During the ceremony at Mukhisa Kituyi's home, we had some two political bigwigs attending. Among them was Martha Karua and Governor Kivutha Kibwana. Mukhisa promised to reach out to Musalia Mudavadi, Wycliffe Oparanya, Moses Wetangula and Eugene Wamalwa to ask them support his presidential bid.
Kivutha Kibwana asked Kituyi to start his journey by negotiating with powerful leaders from Western Region before going national. During the ceremony, Martha Karua urged Kenyans especially young people to avoid selling their votes to people who are busy distributing money to convince them. She said Kenya is missing out on good leaders because of such things.
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