The interest of all presidential candidates to secure Mount Kenya region votes ahead of the 2022 general elections is still eliciting mixed reactions among the several top leaders from the region.
A section of them have been having several meetings with an aim of bringing their people together as well as drafting the demands any presidential hopeful must do to them before winning their trust.
But this has still not been achieved meaning the region is perhaps still not united, hence another serious tactic must be put in place to ensure the unity of the region is achieved ahead of the 2022 polls.
The day the region will speak in one voice is the days the leaders led by president Uhuru Kenyatta, former Kiambu governor William Kabogo, former Meru governor Peter Munya, former presidential hopeful Martha Karua, former Agriculture Minister Mwangi Kiunjuri, Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi, former Gatanga mp Peter Kenneth and the Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria will be seen in one meeting.
These are some of the top and influential political leaders from Mount Kenya region, hence they must be united first before the whole region is united.
Even though there is a lot of division in the region, president Uhuru Kenyatta is still regarded as the kingpin and the direction he will give will be the direction the region will follow.
In doing so, the president must bring together the above mentioned leaders, religious leaders and all the grassroot leaders from all the counties in Mount Kenya. This is when the region will be considered united.
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