Uhuru Kenyatta Shows His Rivals Who The Mount Kenya Kingpin Is With This Latest Developments
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 2 days ago - 4831 views
President Uhuru Kenyatta seems to be reaping rewards of his meetings with grassroot leaders at the Sagana State lodge hotel where he sought for his backyards support on matters BBI.
The message seems to be home and the results are now evident that President Uhuru Kenyatta is still the Kingpin in the region with counties from his backyard singing to his tune.
His handshake ally had termed the 22nd day of February as a "Super Tuesday" and true to his word, a series of counties have endorsed the BBI bill.
Murang'a Senator Irungu Kanga'ta had predicted the bill could flop in Mt Kenya as it was unpopular but the former Whip has been left with an egg in his face after Murang'a became the 20th county to approve the bill.
Nyeri, Nyandarua and Kirinyaga county assemblies became the 23rd,24th and 25th counties to endorse the building bridges initiative which further clarifies Uhuru still boast of massive backing in Mt Kenya.
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