A plan has been developed by the Agikuyu Council of Elders, under the direction of patron Ndung'u Gaithuma, to prevent Deputy President William Ruto from replacing President Uhuru after the elections in August.
Ndungu Gaithuma and the gang assert that the President has instructed them to support the Jubilee party in order to counter the United Democratic Alliance Party's momentum in the goal of winning a substantial portion of Mount Kenya's parliamentary seats.
Ndungu stated that the majority of Mt. Kenya's stakeholders, including trade unions, devoted MPs, lobbying organizations, and the business community, had meetings with President Uhuru and had tasks given to them to stop the UDA wave.
The Kikuyu elders have proclaimed their unwavering support for Raila Odinga's bid for the statehouse as well as their wish for the Jubilee Party to take the majority of seats in the August election.
In addition to sharing power, the president wants to make sure Mount Kenya has a fair amount of resources, representation, and development initiatives. He also wants the next administration to work toward the Big Four objectives of industrialisation, universal healthcare, food security, and housing.
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