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What Uhuru Has Allegedly Told His Mt Kenya Backyard Ahead of 2022- VIDEO

President Uhuru Kenyatta has reportedly told his Mt Kenya backyard to embrace Raila Odinga's 2022 Presidential Bid and not to focus on his political weaknesses adding that nobody is perfect in this world.

According to the news by the star newspaper on Sunday, the head of state has also tasked various Mt Kenya Political leaders, Government officials as well as wealthy businessmen to openly and sincerely endorse Raila's bid because he seems to be the best leader compared to other 2022 Presidential Hopeful.

"The Star has established President Kenyatta has instructed his confidants from Mt Kenya to step out and take Raila around the region to shore up his appeal as he grooms him to be his successor," The star has reported.

But while President Uhuru Kenyatta's message to his Mt Kenya backyard comes barely hours after Suna East Member of Parliament Hon Junet Mohamed was at the subject of receiving end over his careless statement, it's noe evident that Uhuru has decided to fully support Raila's 2022 Presidential Bid.

Speaking to the residents of Nyamira County less than 24 hours ago, June Mohamed said that if Raila wins the Presidential election come 2022, then the Mt Kenya region should prepare to be treated as visitors in the Nyanza region.

Baba akishinda, serikali ni yetu watu wa Nyanza. Sitaki iyo watu wa gazeti waskie iyo, Mutahi Kagwe anaeza kasirika. Lakini ata nyinyi mlikuwa nayo miaka ishirini na kadhalika sasa safari hii ni ya wa watu wa Nyanza. Mutahi utakuja apa kama mgeni ( If Raila wins the government will be owned by the people of Nyanza. I don’t want this to get to the media, Mutahi Kagwe will be upset. Though even you and your people have enjoyed power for more than 20 years. This round the government is for Nyanza locals. Mutahi you will soon come back here as a visitor),” he said.

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