The politicians have retreated to the popular holiday destination to finalise the demands they intend to submit to the DP, before they fully back him for the presidency in 2022.
Led by Kikuyu Mp Kimani Ichung'wa, the Lawmakers have said they have consulted with Mt Kenya region people, and they are now ready to put down on paper their(residents) wishes and submit them to DP Ruto.
In the wish list, the Mps have said they want the DP to tackle problems affecting the agriculture sector in Mt Kenya, claiming the region has not benefited despite their sons, Presidents Mwai Kibaki and Uhuru Kenyatta being at the helm of the country's leadership for the past 19 years.
Mp Kimani Ichung'wa has said they believe the DP will finally solve the agricultural challenges affecting their region if he ascends to power, saying Ruto has an excellent track record in matters agriculture from when he was Minister for Agriculture under the grand coalition government.
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