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Five Leaders Who Could Replace Uhuru as Mount Kenya Kingpin After August Polls

The president of the republic of Kenya Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta after the August general elections will now retire in the ground of politics and leave others to run the country. This is a confirmation that the head of state made himself after speculations rose higher of him staying in the office for long.

With him now championing for Raila Odinga as his successor at the State House, there will also be a change of things in his mount Ke ya region where he happens to be their king pin.

The region will be appointing a new spokesperson who will be representing their grievances to both their cultural leaders and also the national leaders in the country.

Here are therefore the five possible names who might be given this position.

1.Mathira Member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua

The lawmaker who happens to be the running mate elect of the Kenya Kwanza Coalition has all it takes all the way from political experience to be the region kingpin.

2.Moses Kuria

The Gatundu South MP happens to be one of the great learner and follow of the mount Kenya region history. He is famous of his historical memories and warnings that he give to leaders whenever they try to make haunting decisions.

3.Tharaka Nithi Senator Kithure Kindiki

Despite him coming from a low populated county, the senator has in the recent past development and branded himself politically and also qualified for the position.

He emerged second during the running mate polls in the Kenya Kwanza Coalition headed by DP Ruto.

4. Justin Muturi

The National Assembly Speaker has the required experience to lead the region from the way he looks and drives his tasks.

5. Peter Munya

The Agriculture Cabinet Secretary was also on the top notch of becoming Raila Odinga's running mate ahead of the August 9 general elections. He is respected and loved by all the region residents.

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