Details have emerged of a five hour meeting Dp Ruto held with Kiambu Elders Led by Kiama Kia Ma Captain Kung'u Muigai who is also the first cousin to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to the post by Dp Ruto, the Kiambu Elders unanimously agreed and endorsed his bottom up economic model agendas after the intense meeting that was also attended by Rigathi Gachagua, Justin Muturi, Moses Kuria, Kimani Ichung'wah, James Wamacukuru, Simon King'ara, Njuguna Kawanjiku and George Koimburi of Juja.
Kung'u Muigai is the Patron Kikuyu Council of Elders and also the first cousin to President Uhuru Kenyatta led the Kiambu Elders in endorsing Ruto's bid as they promised to ensure he gets majority of votes from the region.
This has now raised a lot of concerns on Ruto's support in the region with many political analyst now claiming that Ruto's bid should not be underrated considering the status of people from Mt Kenya that have endorsed it, despite Uhuru's close relationship with Raila Odinga.
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