Mount Kenya region governor has lifted the lid on the biggest mistake that Deputy President William Ruto made ahead of the 2022 presidential elections. This comes years after DP Ruto fell out with President Uhuru Kenyatta which saw DP Ruto to fall out with many Central Kenya leaders
Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia has come out clear on why many Central Kenya leaders are against Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 presidential bid. To start with, the Jubilee Governor made it clear that they have no enmity with Deputy President William Ruto and that no Central Kenya leader hates him.
However, he Governor Kimemia has indicated that DP Ruto's move to against President Uhuru Kenyatta's agendas is the main reason why they fell out with the second in command.
The Nyandarua Governor has made it clear that there is no way Deputy President William Ruto was to go against President Uhuru who is their kingpin and expect them to continue to support his 2022 presidential bid
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