Vocal political leader from the Mount Kenya region has spilled the beans on the Region's 2022 presidential candidacy saying that there is a high possibility that the region will not have a candidate in the 2022 presidential polls.
Taifa Leo has established that the former Gatanga constituency Member of Parliament has said that even though the region might not have a presidential candidate in 2022, the interests of the people from the region must be catered for by anyone who will be in need of their support.
Kenneth has further said that anyone who will be in need of them (Mount Kenya region people) must tell them how they will benefit from him/her, in order for the region to know whether or not to support the individual.
“Mount Kenya is not just a simple place. We may not have a 2022 presidential candidate but our interests must be protected on the basis of our large numbers. Whoever wants us must guarantee what he will give us and set us apart and then we will support him, ” Peter Kenneth said.
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