Plans to woe back Members of Parliament from the Mt Kenya region who have shifted to supporting Deputy President William Ruto in support of President Uhuru has kicked off as new details emerge.
Kikuyu Council of Elders has informed of a plan to win back a section of DP Ruto allied Members of Parliament from the Mt Kenya region to back President Uhuru informing their plans.
In a report via the Star, the Kikuyu Elders have informed the Mt Kenya region that they should be cautious about voting Deputy President William Ruto as the next President of the Republic alleging that his hunger for power is worrying.
“We are not fools, his hunger for power is worrying and we will not allow our children to be subjected to hustler movement cult,” Kikuyu Council of Elders Patron Mr.Kinyua wa Mwangi has said.
Kikuyu Council of Elders National Chairman Wachira Kiago has confirmed that already they have been tasked by President Uhuru to engage in campaigns to convince the Mt Kenya region on why they should not vote for DP Ruto informing that, "we have the full blessing of the President."
Wachira Kiago has said that together with the President they also discussed how they will reach out to former Jubilee members who are supporting DP William Ruto namely Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua, Alice Wahome of Kandara, Moses Kuria of Gatundu to name a few to back the President on the direction he wants his community to take in the forthcoming elections.
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