Deputy president William Ruto. Photo courtesy.
Mount Kenya region Politics is taking shape everyday. Few days ago, Orange democratic party leader Hounerable Raila Odinga was welcomed in the country with cheers and Celebrations from the residents. He toured Nyeri, Kirinyaga, Morang'a and Kiambu county. He was accomplished by several leaders allied to president Kenyatta. This shocked Tangatanga group making them to issue statements castigating the meeting. Unmoved Odinga proceeded to host a meeting with billionaires who promised to back his candidature come 2022.
Well, according to the standard newspaper, Mount Kenya region tycoons have Revealed their main agenda come 2022. It is Claimed that they're planning to bring together several leaders with an aim of forming a strong coalition that will take on Deputy president and lock him out of the region and eventually out of 2022 statehouse dream.
The Billionaires will have a meeting with one Kenya Allience Coalition members on 7nth of this month, where they're expected to ask them to join hands with strong leaders who will provide stiff competition against Ruto. It seems like they will be taking an active role in the presidential election Ahead of 2022 race. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out.
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