For the last few couple of days, popular Mt Kenya politician Francis Kimemia has been the subject of hot political discussion after he made controversial comments on a local TV station. Kimemia alluded to the fact that the deep state and the international community greatly influence who becomes president in Kenya.
And now, the popular politician is back at it again. This time, he has trained his guns on deputy president William Ruto whom he said has made terrible political steps over the last few years that have jeopardized his would be political support in Mt Kenya.
According to Kimemia, Ruto made a terrible political blunder when he allegedly started defying his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta. Kimemia argues that the Mt Kenya people were disappointed in Ruto's impatience.
He said that as leaders from Mt Kenya region, they have dissociated themselves from the deputy president. On the 2022 politics, Kimemia declared that the Mt Kenya region will not be part of the opposition.
He said that the region is preparing to be at the heart of the next Government and that they will not join Ruto's bandwagon for that matter.
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