The race to woo the Mt Kenya region leaders and residents to support the political ambitions of top leaders is becoming more interesting as several top politicians are trying to sell their manifestos in the vote rich region.
Nyeri Member of Parliament has always been a big critic of the Deputy President William Ruto as he gave several accusations on why he is always against supporting the second in command.
However, MP Ngunjiri Wambugu has come out and stated that he has cooled his criticism and being against the Deputy President which was majorly brought about by his change of heart.
According to Kenyans.co.ke news podcast, the legislature has changed his stand and claims that DP Ruto is welcomed to the Mount Kenya region if only he promises to champion the interest of the people in his government.
MP Ngunjiri Wambugu stated in his statement: "We will watch him and see whether he can be trusted, and if he can, we are happy to have him join us in considering what’s in it for us as a region before we vote for whichever candidate, which has been my consistent message about 2022."
This move will benefit Deputy President William Ruto as he is set to get more support from the region which will boost his chances to State House due to the popularity he has gained throughout the country.
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