Bahati constituency member of parliament, Hon. Kimani Ngunjiri has asked deputy president William Ruto to step aside and relax from the battle to state house. Ngunjiri who accompanied former councilors from Kajiado county to Ruto's Karen residence, told Ruto that they will fight on his behalf since he has also been fighting for other politicians.
Ngunjiri who is an ardent supporter of Ruto reaffirmed that as the Mount Kenya region they will still obey the instructions which were given to them by Uhuru when they jointly ran for the Presidency, Ngunjiri praised Ruto for being close with common citizens something that makes him suitable for the top seat. Video: https://www.facebook.com/374433609323230/posts/3568803276552898/?app=fbl
Kimani Ngunjiri is among the Mt. Kenya region politicians who have been with Ruto since the ruling Jubilee party broke into two, Kieleweke and Tangatanga, those in the Kieleweke have insisted that the region doesn't owe Ruto any political debt as Tangatanga insisting on paying him back.
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