An exclusive report by Nation Media group on Sunday revealed that a War of words has erupted in President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance (in particular Mt Kenya Region) even as other reports indicated that the second in command has already formed his Presidential Campaign team which comprises of physical and online warriors.
According to the report by the local publication for instance, Deputy President Hon Rigathi Gachagua's Campaign team Leader Hon Martin Warui is reported to have traded words with Kiharu MP Hon Ndindi Nyoro's cam over the latest Rally where he was endorsed as Mt Kenya's Prefered Presidential candidate in a move perceived as an indicator of telling Gachagua to walk out.But Martin Warui's Outburst is said to have received the response of Kiharu MP hon Ndindi Nyoro who has come out to distance himself from the said proclamation where leaders have a few hours ago insisted he is best suited to succeed President William Ruto.
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