It is bad news for the UDA party Chief Captain as the ODM Party Chief Captain Raila Odinga's key confidant alleges that the political ground in the populous Mount Kenya political zone has changed ahead of this year's general elections.
On his twitter platform, Professor Makau Mutua alleged that previously, the Kenya Kwanza Chief Delegate William Ruto has been leading in terms of support in the vote rich Mount Kenya region.
According to Professor Makau Mutua, the mountain region has completely shifted from supporting the Deputy President William Ruto to supporting the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
The political strategist and commentator further alleged that today, the Mountain region is under the Azimio Principal Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua.
It is therefore good news for both the ODM Party leader and the Narc Kenya Chief Principal if what Professor Makau Mutua has alleged is anything to go by.
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