Tharaka Nithi County Member of Parliament Hon Kithure Kindiki has today informed President Uhuru Kenyatta that the Mt Kenya Region can't support the ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga's 2022 Presidential Bid, even if guns were placed on their heads and given threats to be killed should they oppose the Move.
Speaking on Saturday when DP Ruto visited the County where he spent the better part of his speech saying DP Ruto unlike Raila can be able to account for his time in the Government and has a proven track record, the Veteran Mt Kenya East Leader told the head of state that he has failed terribly to tell Mt Kenya Locals why he thinks Raila is better than Ruto.
And posing a major challenge to the head of state, the former Deputy Senate Speaker said that the decision to avoid selling Raila in the Mt Kenya Region has made residents believe that Raila isn't a good person plus adding to what he (Uhuru) used to tell them in 2017.
"My Dear People, I'm asking you this question, does Uhuru Think we can support his project even at Gunpoint? No, he must change then if he still thinks he commands Mt Kenya...." Kindiki Told Excited Crowd.
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