The race to take over president Uhuru Kenyatta's position after the expiry of his term is on. All leaders are working hard to woe Kenyans and promise them goodies once they take the presidency. There is a group of people named Mt Kenya Foundation who are holding meetings with political leaders to see who is fit for presidency.
However, Murang'a governor Mwangi wa Iria has dismissed the meeting between the presidential hopefuls and the Mt Kenya Foundation. According to him, the foundation is doing things on their own because Kenyans didn't send them to select a president for them.
Mwangi also added that when he wanted to vie for governorship, the leaders of the foundation was against it. However, he managed to win elections without his approval.
He said that he is confident that Kenyans are sober enough to elect a leader of their choice. That him, being one of Murang'a residents doesn't recognize the foundation.
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