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Big Blow to DP Ruto as 5 Leaders From Mt Kenya Issues the Unexpected After a Meeting in Kirinyaga

Big blow to Deputy President William Ruto as leaders from President Uhuru Kenyatta's backyard issues the unexpected.

5 leaders from Mt Kenya region have asserted that Deputy President William Ruto will not be an automatic successor of President Uhuru Kenyatta issuing contentious remarks.

In a meeting held on Saturday at Sagana town in Kirinyaga County, five leaders from Central Kenya namely Kembi Gitura [ former Murang'a Senator], Daniel Karaba [former Kirinyaga Senator] together with former MPs Peter Gitau [Mwea], Joshua Toro [Kandara] and Stephen Ngare [Ndia] has informed that come 2022 the people from Mt Kenya region will wait for President Kenyatta to give a way forward on who to succeed him.

The leaders have asserted that Deputy President William Ruto has been undermining the President explaining that he[Ruto] has been going around conducting early campaigns even after he was told by the President to stop and focus on the development of this country.

"He has been going around conducting early campaigns even after he was told by the President to stop and focus on the development of the country. Dr Ruto's political marriage with the President may soon be over," Mr Gitau stated.

Kembi Gitura who is currently serving as the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority Chair has added that come 2022 Mt Kenya people won't allow being divided by an outsider asserting that they shall listen to President Uhuru when the time comes.

“Our President has an immense wealth of experience and we shall listen to him come 2022 polls. We shall not be divided by any outsider," added Mr Gitura, who is also the chairman of Kenya Medical Supplies Authority.

Mr Gitau also talked about the UhuRuto Kumi-Kumi pledges to assert that since the deputy president has not been cooperative enough with the Head of State, the narrative may change.

"It is true the President had promised that he will govern for two terms and back Ruto to succeed him. However, the deputy president has not been cooperative enough and that narrative may change," Mr Gitau added.

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