Political activist Herman Manyora has broken the silence and declared that Gachagua is the best choice to deputize Ruto simply because he is from the central part of mt Kenya region. During an early morning interview on citizen tv with Sam Githuku, he alleges that deputy President Ruto was not searching the votes from mt Kenya region but he was trying to strengthen his position simply because he has votes from the region. He declared that the Kirinyaga issue is now hitting Raila very hard but for Ruto, he had to consider picking Gachagua to win their hearts.
He revealed that Ruto decide to pick Gachagua over Kindiki simply because he has resources and he has been loyal to deputy president Ruto for a long time. He declared that Kindiki is from the Eastern part of Mt Kenya and he couldn't be considered simply because ruto wanted to capture the center of mt Kenya region.
https://www.facebook.com/CitizenTVKe/videos/1211177009656207/ ( Link of the conversation)
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