The battle for support from the vote-rich Mount Kenya region ahead of the 2022 general election is intensifying day in day out as we edge closer to the next year's polls, a race considers to be between former Prime Minister and Deputy President William Ruto who is eyeing for support from the region too.
Today, the ODM brigades had taken their time in the Mount Kenya region in a move to popularize their interests and seek support from the vote-rich region to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when his term expires in 2022.
Taking to his Facebook page the Senate Minority Leader James Orengo has thanked the people from the mountain region for welcoming the former Prime Minister in the region ahead of the 2022 polls to popularize his presidential bide and seek support from the region.
Meanwhile, do you think people from the Mountain will rally behind the former prime minister in the 2022 presidential election, share your thoughts?
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