The race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta has picked up on a very high note. As leaders try to win the trust of Kenyans on the top job, the focus is mostly on Mt Kenya region. This is because of their population and turn up during voting time.
Last week, ODM party leader Raila Odinga held a rally in Thika to launch his presidential campaign. There was a discussion on social media on the number of MCAs who attended the rally. That only few turned up despite invitation being send to the whole house.
However, today, the members of Kiambu county assembly have stood firm on the Azimio la Umoja. Led by the deputy majority leader Wanjiku Kariuki, they have said that Raila invitated them and sixty of them attended the rally. That the MCAs are still intact and they support Azimio la Umoja.
They added that those spreading rumours want to taint governor James Nyoro's name that he can't control his people. That they also want to make sure that there a ridge between the executive and legislature in Kiambu county but they will not manage.
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