Ruto and Allies.
Politicians have continued to forge formations ahead of the 2022 general elections. They have also developed various strategies to win the votes. Others have started to decamp and shifting their loyalty to different people.
Mt Kenya region has fallen victim of divisive politics this time round. The region is the hub for both Tangatanga and Kieleweke factions of the ruling Jubilee party. The Tangatanga faction are politicians allied to the deputy president. The Kieleweke faction on the other hand has been supporting the president.
Details have leaked of several politicians with accusations of spying the events of one camp and then reporting to where their loyalty clings. Though no politician has publicly accepted to act as a spy, one MP has been exposed as Ruto's spy camping in Kieleweke.
During an event in Nyandarua county, Kiharu MP disclosed what they have been doing with Kinangop MP, Kwenya Thuku. Ndindi said that they planned with him to act like he belongs to Kieleweke but then leak plans to Tangatanga. Nyoro asked the Kinangop constituents not to misunderstand their MP. ￼
Kwenya Thuku was formerly a Tangatanga diehard but he has of late shifted his loyalty to president Uhuru. The MP has also been leading in the BBI campaigns raising suspicion that he might have joined Kieleweke.
The MP surprised many people after he was part of the leadership that welcomed the deputy president in Kinangop on Sunday 14. Thuku did not respond to Ndindi Nyoro who had spoken before him. The MP is yet to answer the statement by Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro.
The Kinangop MP also found himself between a hard place and a rock after he tried to sell the BBI report in front of the deputy president. The residents heckled him forcing him to cut short his speech.
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