In one of media interviews years ago, ex-Bomet governor Isaac Ruto offered his unsolicited advice to the self crowned chief hustler, his advice is as well applicable to Jakom and any other hopeful angling for Mt Kenya support.
According to Isaac, Mt Kenya thrives in politics of deception and betrayal thus one needs to be cautious or lest that which befell Jaramogi Oginga Odinga will to them. Despite of Odinga cutting a stick for Jomo Kenyatta, he was played and dumped.
True to his words, William Ruto is not Mt Kenya's favourite pick, didn't Isaac warm him? Raila is presently in the oven and if he is determined to survive, politically that's, he must learn from Ruto's mistake.
Ex-Devolution CS has revealed that Mt Kenya region is regrouping itself and when IEBC blows their trumpets, they will throw their gauntlets behind any candidate whose offer is appealing.
Anne Waiguru's discourse contradicts her earlier declaration that the region is solidly behind Raila. Could this be first sign of detachment? Likely. As the D-day vastly closes in, Raila should be cautious and hawk eyed or lest he will stumble and fall.
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