As the 2022 succession race hots up, more revelations on the alleged plan by various cabinet secretaries, governors and permanent secretaries to ditch President Uhuru infavour of DP Ruto have emerged. According to MP Ndindi Nyoro, almost all governors from Mt Kenya region are in constant talk with the 'hustler' nation for a possible political cooperation.It has also emerged that various government officials harbours political ambitions and are jostling to have Ruto's blessings before they officially announce their candidature. In the entire region, majority of leaders have allegedly joined Ruto's side with only five others being reluctant.Mr Nyoro took on state house operatives whom he accused of succeeding in silencing of leaders using state apparatus but noted that they have no clue on how to diminish what's in their hearts. More of this leaders are expected to shift by August amid blames of a tattered economy that has affected the general living standards of Kenyans.In the photos shared by the MP in his social media platforms, Kiambu County women representative Gathoni Wa Muchomba is the latest leader to embrace the hustler nation. She has been a staunch supporter of the head of state and her change of heart depicts on what could be happening on the ground.
MP Gathoni Wa Muchomba and Samuel Gachobe with DP RutoAnother notable leader to join Ruto is the Subukia constituency MP Samuel Gachobe who was welcomed at the DP's official residence at Karen. This comes at a time when the Jubilee party is in the talks to form a coalition pact with Raila's orange party for joint cooperation ahead of a tough 2022 general elections.
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