The two MT Kenya region leaders are currently reading on different scripts in matters political camps ahead of the 2022 general elections. Moses Kuria a close ally of Deputy President and Sabina Chege from Kieleweke camp took turns in expressing their opinions.
Sabina Chege revealed interesting details of Yesterday’s meeting at State House with President Uhuru and several MT Kenya Leaders. Sabina stated that Uhuru conveyed the meeting to exchange ideas with his backyard leaders and come up with a way towards the general elections.
Sabina further revealed that Uhuru had started a campaign that will see all Mt Kenya leaders united ahead of the elections with a motive of uniting the entire region to speak one voice.
In addition, the President stated that he has no personal vendetta with his area MP Moses Kuria despite the political differences. In fact, the president sent Sabina Chege to have a seat down with Kuria and Kiunjuri and share ideas on how to move the region ahead.
Video: https://youtu.be/xySbGiNoFLU?t=435 (From Min7:17)
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