Speaker Justin Muturi has today hit out at some leaders from the central Kenya region who have been complaining that the new found pact between the second in command Deputy President William Ruto and ANC’s Musalia Mudavadi could deny Mt. Kenya region the running mate chance in the UDA party.
"How timid can leaders be to go begging for the number two position as if this whole region cannot produce one leader," Justin Muturi stated. Mt. Kenya leaders have been therefore urged to organize themselves and agree on who should be a presidential candidate rather than going to beg for running mate position using UDA ticket.
Muturi added that if Mt. Kenya region are waiting for running mate position using UDA ticket, they will until the end but if they make proper decision, then things will move on smoothly rather than depending on somebody else to offer them a running mate position.
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