Tharaka Nithi Senator Kithure Kindiki has sent a tough warning to presidential aspirants depending on endorsement to fulfill their presidential ambitions. Taking to his Facebook page, the former Majority Leader in the Senate Assembly has blatantly said that such Leaders might receive shock of their lives.
The remarks by the former Deputy Speaker of the Senate Assembly comes a barely a week after the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals held a meeting with leaders from Mt Kenya business people calling themselves Mt Kenya Foundation. According to the Tharaka Senator, if these presidential aspirants will have themselves to blame if they fall to the disillusion that presidential aspirants will be manufactured in hotel. The vocal Hustler Nation Movement crusader is wholeheartedly behind the Deputy President William Ruto who has not received any endorsement from any group from Mt Kenya region but has decided to involve voters directly.
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