Deputy President William Ruto is the most controversial politician of our time. He his speculated to be the most influential and 2022 succesion race lies between him and his rival Raila Odinga. However Mt Kenya region is where majority of voters come from and that's why politicians usually fight hard to gain popularity in the region. William Ruto according to sources is said to have won the people of Mt Kenya through vocal support from the likes of Moses Kuria. However a popular blogger gave an argument below concerning Dp Ruto's support in the region.
Blogger Abraham Mutai raised eyebrows following the post he captioned a question about number of Mps in Mt Kenya region supporting deputy president. In the photo Moses Kuria was seen with a small number of Mps in a press briefing.
This was after Mt Kenya parliamentary leaders forum gathered to discuss on issues concerning social economic and political pillars in the region.
Based on the arguement above by Abraham Mutai netizens said that the committee represented millions of people and they were the chosen few. This clears the air and Mt Kenya still remains Dp's strong hold ahead of 2022. Attached are some screenshoted comments.
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