The vote rich Mount Kenya Region is termed as the swing state for votes come the next general elections to be held next year in Kenya. Presidential aspirants have been pitching tent in the vote rich Mount Kenya Region as they try to woo voters on their sides. But Mt Kenya Region leaders came up with irreducible minimums, one of which is providing a deputy president.
A section of Mt. Kenya leaders have finally endorsed Hon. Peter Kenneth for the deputy president position. Hon Peter Kenneth is a Kenyan politician. He hails from Kirwara Sub-location of Gatanga Constituency in Murang'a County, Kenya. According to KBC Channel One, the leaders on Sunday said Kenneth has a development track record thus the need to be given the position of deputy president to the Presidential candidate the President Uhuru Kenyatta will support in 2022 elections.
"Murang'a leaders endorse Peter Kenneth for Deputy President position." Tweeted by Kenya Broadcasting Cooperation Channel One Kenya
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