Mount Kenya Foundation has through Vice-Chairman Titus Ibui changed tune on former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's statehouse bid disclosing what they have in store for other Presidential candidates including Deputy President William Ruto.
According to Mr. Ibui, he has informed that as the Mount Kenya Foundation they have not yet settled on Raila Odinga's statehouse bid revealing that what they are currently doing is to engage in talks with him as part of the negotiations plans.
Mr. Titus has said that, although they thought Raila Odinga would be a hard sell in Mt Kenya fearing to engage with him in talks. After meeting him, they are hopeful of his leadership however saying that for others they still have plans to engage them including Deputy President William Ruto.
The Mount Kenya Foundation Vice Chairman has said that after sitting down with all the presidential candidates, they will then sit down and evaluate them, and the person who will fit the character of the person we would want to be the president.
Adding that after the evaluation, they will then recommend to the President who is the best and who the region will endorse for 2022.
"We thought that Mt Kenya would have been slippery to climb but from what we saw yesterday, we are happy. The entry that you made has given us confidence. After sitting down with all the presidential candidates, we will sit down and evaluate them, and the person who will fit the character of the person we would want to be the president, we will recommend that to the President.," Mr Ibui has said as quoted by People Daily.
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