The 'mountain community' is gaining popularity by the day as a result of leaders 'thronging' the region for purposes of votes hunt.
Today OKA team has met up with the mount kenya foundation leaders also the business tycoons of our country Kenya.
One Kenya Alliance is meeting this business group after Raila Odinga who had a momentous occasion with them two weeks ago.
Cyrus Jirongo, one of the YK-92 pioneers has carried a powerful message to the 'kikuyu' community. His message reads the following.
"One thing I want to urge you people, don't and never have a preferred candidate, let us Kenyans see the one who is ready to take the country a step further, if it is Raila, well and good, if Kalonzo, Musalia or Gideon, let Kenyans say so. But I implore you, 'musikuwe wapendeleo kwa mtu fulani'.
The nation is in political campaign mood, leaders are seeking support from every angle of the country, who shall come top among them, is a question of time, do you subscribe to Jirongo's line of direction.
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