Narc-Kenya Chairperson, Martha Karua, has once again made another demand to presidential candidates who want Mt Kenya region votes during the 2022 presidential election. According to Karua, the region has 40 percent of total registered voters in the country and that any presidential aspirant must recognize that fact.
In an interview with one of the local dailies, Karua, who was appointed as Interim Mt Kenya spokesperson on Monday, said that if anyone wants the support of Mt. Kenya region, then he must appoint his deputy from the region.
Karua maintained that any aspirant must give clear guideline in how his government will benefit the region in terms of development projects. She said the presidential candidate must assure the region of good coffee and tea prices since the region depends on only two commodities for survival.
Deputy President William Ruto, Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Raila Odinga and his Amani National Congress counterpart Musalia Mudavadi, are among presidential candidates who have been wooing the vote-rich region to support their bids in 2022.
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