Through a meeting he conducted with 118 Members of his Newly formed UBUNTU Political Party. Kinyanjui confidently admitted that Raila Odinga has to work extra hard for him to take over the entire Region of Mt Kenya.
A few days ago. Kinyanjui and other 30 Governors across the Country met at Elgon View Hotel in Naivasha. The discussion was based on Raila Odinga's Presidency.
Time code [12:33-17-50 minutes)
Accompanied by Ernest Kilagangwa who is the Chairman of the Party. Mr. Kinyanjui fearlessly stated Ruto has attained a certain percentage of Support in the Mountain, which ofcourse must be a waken alarm to Raila Odinga.
"Raila Odinga anafaa kutia bidii, ili afanikiwe kuukwea Mlima Kenya. Sote tumekubali ni Baba, lakini lazima aoneshe ari. Na simunaona vile Naibu wa Rais anapanda kiasi." which translates to
"Raila must work hard to clinch the Mountain. We have assured him for our Support, but he should prove his capability. As for the Deputy President, he is actually trying."
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