The ANC presidential aspirant has of late made several trips to the mount Kenya rich political vote. The latest destination being Meru where he has camped for two days. While addressing congregants today, the political supremo, advised the voyers yo scrutinized properly the aspirants before electing them into any political office. Musalia said that he got an invite for a two day tour courtesy of the sitting governor Kiraitu Murungi.
" I want us to work together so that everybody in the 47 counties can get their rightful share of the national cake. We should be able to give the counties at a minimum 35% of the national revenue ". With the in roads to the voter rich mount Kenya region, it is now clear that there is going to be a divided voting pattern come the year 2022, there being no strong presidential aspirant from the region.
The National Speaker Justin Muturi has been seen to present a stiff competition having been seen as the regions flag bearer by some fraction of the population.
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