Speaking during a live interview with Inooro TV, the vocal MP claimed that the interests of the people of Mt Kenya surpasses those of his own and his goal is therefore to ensure they benefit from the incoming government.
The MP together with Narc Kenya Party leader Martha Karua and The Service Party (TSP) leader Mwangi Kiunjuri has been going round the region in an attempt of uniting the people and leaders ahead of 2022 polls. They developed a demand letter which any presidential aspirant seeking their support must adhere to. Some of the demands include a 40% share of the government and the position of the Deputy President.
Responding to Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu who accused him of swaying, Kuria asked him to take the demand letter to Raila Odinga promising his support if the leader heeds to the demands. He added that everyone is free to go round with the letter to negotiate with any leader for the benefit of the region. He affirmed that if the demands were met by Raila, then there would be no need to go to Ruto and vice versa.
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