The biggest political question in Kenya has been the man who the Mt Kenya region will throw their weight behind in the next year's general elections. Top presidential aspirants retired prime minister Raila Odinga and deputy president William William Ruto have been at the forefront in trying to woo the region's leaders to support and campaign for them in the region.
Nyeri Town member of Parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu who is top president Uhuru Kenyatta ally has given a hint that has risen eyebrows on the region will finally support come 2022. According to Ngunjiri, an analysis of DP Ruto's behavior compared to that of Raila Odinga places Raila above him. Ngunjiri says that William Ruto has proven to be a revengeful man who is seeking for an opportunity to teach some people hard questions. According to Wambugu, Raila has proven to be forgiving man who has worked with some of his old rivals and is not revengeful.
Accordingly, Ngunjiri Wambugu concludes that the decision of Mt Kenya will be between peace and revenge and must be chosen wisely.
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