Junet said that a win for Raila implies that the next government would belong to the Nyanza Region, and that anyone outside the region more the Mt Kenya Region which has been in power more than 20 years would be treated as a visitor.
The aspiring Nakuru Governor said that it was unfortunate that such remarks would come from a Raila's ally, adding that it will not help them in any way.
"To be completely candid this is why the Mountain is not amenable to a Baba Presidency. This kinda talk by his closest ally doesn’t help. He should never come within a mile of the Presidency," her statement read in part.
Kihika has been a strong supporter of the Deputy President William Ruto's presidential bid and has been popularizing the agenda of the Hustler nation and the UDA party.
This incident comes at a time when the former Prime Minister had conducted several political rallies across the Mount Kenya Region and he was treated to an arousing welcome.
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