Deputy President William Samoei Ruto, Orange Democratic Movement party pioneer Raila Odinga and other Presidential up-and-comers have been making an honest effort to advocate their offers in Mt Kenya after it was promoted that there will be no Presidential applicant from the region in the 2022 General races.
Nonetheless, the two Presidential hopefuls who have been enjoying nature in the Mt Kenya region have gotten a significant blow as previous Kiambu County Governor Hon William Kabogo has uncovered that there may be a few chiefs who will compete for the top seat in 2022.
Talking on K24 computerized TV on the late evening show in front of Mashujaa Day, Hon William Kabogo uncovered that he may be among the top chefs from the Mt Kenya area who will strive for Presidency, dropping the bits of gossip that there will be no competitor from the region.
Hon William Kabogo expressed: "Individuals expect there won't be a Kikuyu or mount Kenya up-and-comer and I don't have the foggiest idea where that thought comes from because a few of us are there and we might want to vie. #MashujaaSpecial."
In any case, this probably won't come as a significant worry to either Raila Odinga, William Samoei Ruto, or different applicants as they will in any case endeavor to get their allies, just as Raila Odinga may be supported by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
What will be the odds of Raila and Ruto getting additional allies from the Mt Kenya locale on the off chance that one wannabe chooses to strive?
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