The Mt Kenya politics is taking new shape following the decisions by the speaker of the National Assembly today. While addressing the media,the speaker has slammed the top presidential candidate of claiming that some regions are their bedroom and strongholds. According to Muturi,that kind of politics is outdated.
Muturi has revealed that he will be going for the top seat to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta as the next president of the republic of Kenya.
"It is good you hear from the horse mouth,I will be vying for the presidency on a Democratic Party ticket and I'm serious about it," said Muturi.
Muturi has also taken chide on Ruto about forming regional parties. He has compared Kenyan democracy with that of USA where people have been allowed to form small parties in some regions despite supporting the major political parties in a coalition.
Muturi has also fired warning to those who think that they have conquered the mountain. He slammed the 'madoadoa' remarks used by Linturi,a supporter of DP while in Eldoret saying such remarks are retrogressive meant to divide Kenyans.
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