Members of parliament allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta have hatched a new plan to counter Ruto's influence in the Mount Kenya region.
The MPs drawn from the mount Kenya region reportedly held a meeting last week to draw plans on how they can campaign against deputy president William Ruto and his United Democratic Alliance party.
Led by Kipipiri constituency member of parliament Hon. Amos Kimunya, the leader of Majority in the National Assembly. The members of parliament have resolved to use government achievements as the campaign tool against UDA.
The MPs noted that Uhuru has achieved alot in the Mount Kenya region but his appointees have never stepped in to explain to the people the achievements, this they argued has made the common citizens to complain of under development in their regions.
All the members of parliament allied to President Uhuru will now be taking active roles in explaining the Jubilee achievements to the residents, they believe that this way, the narrative being preached by Ruto allies that President Uhuru neglected the region, will be properly countered.
This comes as Jubilee party Continues loosing supporters to UDA, just last week, Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru hinted at joining Ruto's camp, three more Jubilee MPs also joined Ruto's camp over the last two weeks.
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