Deputy president William Ruto has today been left in great trouble after Nyeri town Member of Parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu delivers a shocker statement concerning Mt. Kenya votes. According to Ngunjiri Wambugu, Mt. Kenya will not coerced or intimidated for anyone but instead Mt. Kenya would be wooed. He added that, in the upcoming 2022 general elections, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga seems that he will get it.
Ngunjiri's statement has left UDA party aspirants led by deputy president William in great trouble as Raila Odinga's famous in the Mountain keeps on increasing. The three days visit which ODM leader completed yesterday left UDA supporters in an unrest mood.
As a result, Ngunjiri Wambugu has today affirmed the stands of the people of Mount Kenya region in the upcoming 2022 general elections where by they won't allow to be dragged here and there so that to vote for anyone.
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