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CS Matiangi Kicks Off a Fight Against Raila Odinga, DP Ruto as New Details Emerge on What Is Happening

Ministry of Interior CS Fred Matiang'i has kicked off a move to counter Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto's growing influence in the Kisii as fresh details emerge.

It has been established CS Fred Matiang'i who has hinted that he will be running for the Country's top seat in the upcoming general election is busy coming up with a move to completely battle out Raila Odinga and DP Ruto starting with his community, the Gusii.

According to the reports, details have emerged that the CS has already kicked off a move to destabilize the Raila and Ruto, with sources revealing that allies of the two political protagonists seen as the 2022 front runners have informed that the Ministry of Interior CS has with him a team of 17 legislators and who are pushing for the formation of a political party to rival both Raila and Ruto.

It has also been established that the legislators supporting the CS are not doing it out of their will but for commercial purposes to benefit themselves.

One of an ardent supporter of DP Ruto and the South Mugirango MP Hon Sylvanus Osoro after being reached out for a comment, he has said that as the Gusii community they have thought there is need for them to have their outfit this time around stating that,

"We, therefore, wish to declare that this time, we won't be spectators but participants. We won't be subs in the team but must be on the pitch. We won't be led to sing, we will conduct our song too," the South Mugirango MP has said.

Borabu MP Ben Momanyi a close ally to Wiper Party Kalonzo Musyoka has also reacted by informing that they have buried the hatched among Gusii leaders and are working together to consolidate the community behind one political vehicle.

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