The fight for Mt Kenya supremacy battle is taking the country by storm and leaders are regrouping to unite ahead of 2022 general elections. Mt Kenya region politics are getting tricky after former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo joined the earthquake in Nakuru County. Governors Mutahi Kahiga, Ann Waiguru, Senator Irungu Kangata and many others are already in UDA party.
Moses Kuria, Martha Karua and Mwangi Kiunjuri are still weighing. With electioneering period around the Corner, Martha Karua close ally Boniface Mwangi has revealed that Hon. Raila Odinga will prefer Martha Karua to deputize him.
According to him, "So Raila Odinga strongly favours Martha Karua to be his running mate but President Uhuru and the Kikuyu elite are afraid of her. They fear if anything happens to Baba and Martha becomes President, their access to looting will be closed and they will likely be jailed. Interesting. Boniface Mwangi alleged. Martha Karua is hated according to Mwangi.
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