Gatundu South Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria has disclosed what the Kikuyu might do come the year 2022 issuing fresh details.
Speaking in a live interview with TV47, the Gatundu MP has said that cone the next general elections many will be surprised since the Gikuyu, Embu, and Meru will vote for a person who is not from the region.
Moses Kuria has said that the reason why he says so is that the decision was made in 2013 and that nobody can change the mood of the Kikuyu's not to support Deputy President William Ruto.
“Take it to the bank that in 2022, the Gema community will vote for a person who is not from the region. The decision to support DP Ruto was made in 2013, "Moses Kuria has said.
“I want to tell Kenyans to come back to reality. The Gema community is going to support an ‘outsider’ for the presidency, and that should not be questioned," Moses Kuria added.
Kiharu Member of Parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro has also added to Gatundu South Legislator's remarks stating that President Uhuru Kenyatta has no mandate to state who will be Kenya's next President.
Ndindi Nyoro has expanded that Kenyans should be allowed to vote for the leader of their choice come the year 2022.
“President Uhuru is not obligated to support anyone in 2022," Ndindi Nyoro has said.
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