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Mt Kenya Tycoons Make Serious Realization About Kieleweke, Expose It's Secret 2022 Plan

The Mt Kenya Foundation has held that the region has to be united if she is to benefit under the next government expected to take over next August.

It brings together powerful, influential and rich individuals from Central Kenya, keen on influencing who takes over as next President.

It's members now say that they are aware of some of the things being done to divide the region, to ensure that it does doesn't speak in one voice.

These, it's Vice Chair Titus Ibui said on Thursday, includes the creation of the Kieleweke and Tangatanga factions allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his embattled deputy William Ruto.

"There are attempts to divide Mount Kenya into Kieleweke and Tangatanga. We are also here to talk about the unity of Mount Kenya and the entire country in general,” he said in a luncheon with OKA chiefs.

But his inclusion of the Kieleweke camp is interesting, as the camp was formed by allies of the President, whom the team has been seen closely working with and whom are on its side.

Actually, The Nation on Thursday reported that some members of Kieleweke like Kieni MP Kanini Kega have been included in Raila's campaign team, with the support of the very same foundation.

This comes amid reports that the tycoons have settled on Raila as their preffered next President, even though they denied these claims yesterday.

It is also interesting that the same team has been doing the job of protecting the President from attacks being fired from Ruto's side. Ibui personally did the same yesterday, warning those insulting Uhuru.

"Respect our President. Those insulting him should know that he is not only our President but our Muthamaki as well," he said.

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