With the next general elections nearing,all presidential hopefuls looking to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta,have turned their attention to vote rich Mount Kenya region,which stands out as the most important region owing to its over six million votes.
Wambora, while speaking during the foundation's meeting with One Kenya Alliance leaders, said that Mount Kenya will not field presidential candidate for 2022 elections.
This according to the governor,has made Mount Kenya region to be agitated and confused, and divided.
Wambora's remarks that the region will not field a presidential candidate are good news to DP Ruto and Raila Odinga,who are looking to control the Mount Kenya votes to add into their tally,and improve their chances of winning the presidency.
To our esteemed readers,do you think the decision by the Mount Kenya Foundation's decision not to field a presidential candidate from the region,is a blessing to DP Ruto, given that at the moment he has massive support in the mountain?
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