Nyeri Town Member of Parliament and strong President Uhuru Kenyatta ally has issued a warning to TangaTanga wing allied to Deputy President William Ruto noting that the Head of State is still Mt.Kenya Kingpin.
This comes amidst a war of words between the UDA wing allied to the Deputy President led by Mathira legislator Rigathi Gachagua who maintains that William Ruto is now the Head of the vote-rich Mt Kenya region, while Kieleweke wing allied to President Uhuru saying he is still the region spokesman.
With the 2022 general election just around the corner, the vote-rich Mt Kenya region is considered a battleground for presidential candidates since President Uhuru Kenyatta's term is expected to come to an end with no clear Mt.Kenya leader to take over the throne as the spokesman.
While according to Ngunjiri Wambugu, President Uhuru Kenyatta remains the de factor Mt.Kenya region, spokesman.
"Whether you like him or not, Uhuru is still the Mt.Kenya Kingpin. It is unwise for Ruto's allies to keep undermining the president yet they come to seek votes in the Mt.Kenya region." The outspoken legislator noted.
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