Political Analyst Abuga Makori has predicted that a section of Mt Kenya Politicians will offer support to Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga at last.
So much interest has been placed in the Mount Kenya region with all the Presidential aspirants stategising on having a running mate from the region in order to secure the rich votes that are there.
The latest of them being Musalia Mudavadi who also declared that he was going to have his Deputy from the region. These have even been seen with his visit to Meru's Governor Kiraitu Murungi as he tries to secure the Mount Kenya votes.
With these interests, Analyst Abuga Makori has hinted out that Chama Cha Kazi Party leader Moses Kuria, TSP Party leader Mwangi Kianjuri and NARC's Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua Karua will at last support Raila Odinga.
"How will DP Ruto survive without Moses Kuria, Mwangi Kiunjuri and Martha Karua? Who will rejuvenate his camp? Don't say Rigathi Gachagua! These guys will eventually support Raila Odinga"
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