President Uhuru Kenyatta is serving his last term in office. Various influential leaders in the country have announced their presidential bids in a bid to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta. The leaders includes deputy president William Ruto, former prime minister Raila Odinga and national assembly speaker Justin Muturi.
The ODM party leader has camped in Mount Kenya region to popularize his presidential bid. He graced several events in Nakuru and Laikipia counties. He is accompanied by several leaders from the region led by Laikipia governor Nderitu Muriithi.
Today morning he hosted four Mount Kenya governors in Nanyuki for a consultative meeting. The leaders also addressed a press briefing after their consultative meeting. They also shared the ODM party leader itinerary in the region.
During a mega rally at Naromoru in Nyeri county, Kieni legislator Kanini Kega publicly endorsed the former prime minister for presidency. The vocal legislator welcomed the former prime minister to tour Mount Kenya region anytime to popularize his presidential bid. He also welcomed the ODM party leader at his rural home to share a cup of tea.
The second term legislator accused some of politicians from the region for been used to abuse the president. He said that the region will reject them when time for election comes. Various leaders from the region are accompanying the ODM party chief. The include the four Mount Kenya governors.
This video of Kanini Kega endorsement was aired live on the legislator official Facebook page. Below is the link.
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