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Mt. Kenya leaders have today gathered in Naivasha to discuss their political stand ahead of 2022 elections. Mt Kenya leaders such as Martha Karua of Narc Kenya, Moses Kuria, Mwangi Kiunjuri and William Kabogo led other political leaders in discussing about Mt. Kenya unity ahead of 2022 polls that will be held in August.
Addressing the press, Gatundu member of parliament Hon. Moses Kuria named Narc Kenya leader Hon. Martha Karua as their spokesperson ahead of Mt. Kenya unity in preparation of the next year's general elections.
In conclusion, addressing the press, Hon. Karua has said that their main aim of holding a meeting in Naivasha is to unite Mt. Kenya region and the diaspora after the general elections.
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