The race to find the Mt. Kenya Kingpin to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when he retires next year is now getting hotter as details emerged on National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi being groomed for the task.
According to reports on Tuesday, May 18, Muturi is currently in seclusion and cannot leave his house or see a woman and eats a special diet for eight days while in seclusion.
The speaker is to be crowned the Mt. Kenya kingpin this coming weekend and he is now allowed to only meet certain people, elders who are cleansed for the period. Men who can sire children can neither meet him.
According to insiders privy to the event, Muturi is set to be crowned in an elaborate ceremony at the historic Mukurwe Was Nyagathanga shrine in Gituri, Murang'a county.
The Kiama Kia Ma patron Kung'u Muigai who spoke to a local daily said plans for the event are complete and elders from the Meru's Njuri Ncheke council, Embu's Nyaangi Ndiriri and Ngoome from Muturu's Mbeere backyard are expected to attend and witness the ceremony.
Patron of the Murang'a elders, Peter Kagwanja, said the event would be more cultural than political.
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