Nyeri Town member of parliament Honorable Kimani Wambugu has rubbished claims that Mt Kenya kingpins are demanding for negotiations with deputy president William Ruto.
According to him, if DP Ruto had Mt. Kenya support, he doesn't need to negotiate with them. He also added that its leaders from Tangatanga who are from Mt Kenya who are going to Mt. Kenya with a list of demands.
Kimani also added that the Mt. Kenya kingpins will realize that Ruto is not popular and thats when they will withdraw themselves from him. That the Tangatanga brigade have known that they are losing it, thats why they are faking everywhere just to prove to people that they are popular.
Kimani's sentiments comes after a publication on the newspaper that Mt. Kenya kingpins have come up with a fresh list of demands to the deputy president for them to assure him of their support.
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