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One Kenya Alliance visits the mount Kenya region

The speed to gather votes ahead of the 2022 general elections is slowly gaining momentum.Many who want to run the race to statehouse are now visiting the rich votes region with the aim of rallying support behind his bid.The region holds over five million votes which are significant for one to land in state house.

The principals of One Kenya alliance have discovered this and this can be taken to the bank that the region is their favourite.The three principals are now on a strategy to woo the mountain to support them towards a united Kenya.

Gideon Moi while addressing the mount Kenya business forum said that a drafted economic model was not important.He was keen to note that the unity of our country was very key as it would give business community a good working environment.He highlighted that their agenda was first of all to unite all parts of the country and ensure cohesion was enjoyed by all citizens in all parts of the country.

Gideon also highlighted that they were aware of the products which are the backbone of mount Kenya region and they would ensure a good thriving environment would be created.

Kalonzo Musyoka on his part was keen to refer to history,he recalled how he spoke behind the scenes with the former president Mwai Kibaki after the 2007 general elections to appoint Uhuru as the deputy prime minister.He urged the business community to rally behind him as he aspires to vie for the presidency in the coming general elections.

Musali mudavadi was keen to highlight that economic revamping should be handled practically not vocally.He has also personally visited the region at a personal level where he spoke with the residents and promised them a corruption free nation if he became the president come 2022 general elections.

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