Speaking in an interview with Inooro TV Kiririmbi show the former Gishugu member of parliament Hon Martha Karua has elicited a mixed reactions after revealing that Mt Kenya will make a decision not based on the leaders that have visited the area but based on developments and inclusivity.
She alleged that the leaders are free to come in the region and woo people to support their presidential ambitions. To her, Mt Kenya will finally make a decision offer deliberations and will make it public their political stand.
Her comments comes after several call by various leader to come out and deputise DP William Ruto or Raila Odinga although she has never made any comment relating to the call. Many leaders feels that whoever will pick her as the running mate will win the interest of the people of the region easily.
In connection to that the people and leaders of Murang'a had today endorsed the former Gatanga member of parliament hon Peter Kenneth as the region most preferred deputy president. This has left the Presidential aspirants in a state of confusion as to who they will pick in order to win the interest of the region with ease.
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