Deputy President William Ruto's ally Ndindi Nyoro has passed a message to Mount Kenya region leaders who are have an allied unity with president Uhuru Kenyatta. Below is the link for the video of Hon Nyoro addressing the residents on Monday. Nyoro cautioned those allied to the head of state that Mt Kenya region is as of now gone and no unity meetings will push them away from supporting Dp Ruto in next year's general elections.
He proceeded to say that, during that administration that will be shaped. The cost of milk will be worked on so that everything rancher's can partake in their work not at all like how they're being treated by market cartels, who are just keen on siphoning their hard earned money. He additionally guaranteed that Ruto will improve coffee prices when he becomes president.
President Uhuru Allies have been getting across the region holding meetings with a point of uniting the region which is seen isolated by the current political wave. A few leaders have exhorted local people not to do a misstep of forsaking the president for a stranger who is just keen on getting their votes ahead of 2022 polls.
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