Narok Senator Ledama Olekina has warned Mt Kenya over their political influence after they missed representation for the EALA nomination.
President William Ruto summoned Kenya Kwanza MPs at State House yesterday for a PG meeting in which key issues affecting the country were discussed.
William Ruto told the MPs that he's not going to pick the nominees for them, but they will have to conduct a secret ballot voting to determine who the 5 EALA finalists would be.
After the secret ballot voting, results were announced and Hassan Omar, Fred Muteti, Ole Sankok, Zipporah Kering and Falhada Dekow Iman.
Well, Ledama after seeing the list stated that no Mt Kenya person was selected and therefore proceeded to say that he understood more about leadership skills and hence Mt Kenya region, led by DP Rigathi Gachagua should wake up before its too late.
"Mt Kenya! Ehe..." I am not bossy...I have skills...so mjipange no EALA for you...Embu amukeni mapema...umeskia Mr. Riggy G?" He stated.
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