Kirinyaga Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri and Governor Anne Waiguru in a previous function.
The Mount Kenya region has attracted attention from different quotas and moreso the 2022 Presidential aspirants.
All over the country, it is believed that the presidential race will be hotly contested by the Deputy President William Ruto and the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
The two leaders have in the recent past frequented the vote-rich Mt. Kenya region to sell their agenda ahead of next year's general elections.
While the Kirinyaga Governor asserts that the Mt.Kenya region is likely to have a total of 9 million voters who are likely to vote as a block, the big question is to whom will the votes be casted in favor of.
Kirinyaga Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri has weighed in on the matter and given the ultimate gateway to the Mt.Kenya votes. According to him, anyone eyeing the vote rich region will have to be endorsed by president Kenyatta since he is the political Kingpin of the said region.
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