Kabando said that it was a good thing for Kiambu governor James Nyoro, Nakuru's Lee Kinyanjui,Meru's Kiraitu Murungi, Laikipia's Ndiritu Muriithi and Nyandarua's Francis Kimemia to engage Raila on agenda Kenya.
However,the former mp addressed that what they need to focus on mostly is the economy and the problem of graft.
"I congratulate my friends CentralKenya Governors Kimemia, Ndiritu, Nyoro, Kiraitu, Kinyanjui for courage to engage Raila Odinga on Agenda Kenya. Focus on Economy is most important. They now need to raise their courage and address our biggest problem: GRAFT," said Kabando Wa Kabando.
Over last weekend, Raila toured Mt Kenya region he met governors from the region and said he is willing to work with the region and smaller parties from the mountain, saying there are those that have shown interest in joining his band wagon.
The governors on their part disclosed that they have been in talks with the ODM leader to ensure the region benefits from his presidency.
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