Several vocal political leaders in the Mount Kenya region, who voted overwhelmingly in favor of an alliance between Kenya and Kwanzaa, said Vice President Ligaty Gachagua is the new political leader of the Mount Kenya region. I raised my voice to respond to the commotion.
When asked if Gachagua is now the kingpin of the Mount Kenya region, former Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui said it was a matter of "wait and see". He implied that the Democrats would get the cloak if they defended regional interests.
Former Majority Leader Amos Kimuña believes Gachagua has some influence because he is a senior leader in the Mount Kenya region.
"He is the longest-serving leader because of his position as vice president out of Kenya is usually not a leader from the old days," he said.
Murang'a County Governor Irungu Kang'ata said he did not want Gachagua to be discussed as the new kingpin of the Mount Kenya region and wanted to focus on development issues.
Attorney General Justin Muturi also reacted negatively to Gachagua's important debate, saying he is now focused on his job as Kenyan Attorney General and does not welcome the Gachagua debate. clearly shows that.
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