2022 presidential race is on its course, aspirants are all over the country bidding for endorsement on different positions.
Focus is on the two horses (Raila Odinga and deputy William Ruto) who are equally scrambling for political mileage, whose main aim is storming rich voting zones in the country especially central region which is left for grab.
Apparently,the region seems to have been attracting key political players who are equally pledging to pick their deputies from the area, with an aim of securing solid support from mount Kenya.
Akin to Odinga's purported list of deputies,his choice on Peter Kenneth will adversely affect hon Irungu Kangata's gubernatorial bid,this implies that people of Muranga will be forced to chose between gubernatorial offer and Deputy president's post.
Obviously they will go for the higher post which is for the deputy president,this means Muranga residents will rally behind Peter Kenneth and ODM party leader Raila Odinga, leaving Kangata who is in the deputy Ruto's pointman with the limited chances.
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