The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya his Excellency William Samoei Ruto has always been holding meetings with Kalenjin MPs he trust and locking out Mount Kenya leaders. The group from Mount Kenya like Kimani Ichung'wa, Ndindi Nyoro, Alice Wahome and Rigathi Gachagua should be very careful because he might exactly do the same if he becomes the next president of the Republic of Kenya in 2022. The history of The second president of the Republic of Kenya the late Daniel Arap Moi cannot be forgotten!
With the following in mind, there is an urgent need to have a strong leader from Mount Kenya who should deputize Ruto if he will be voted as president.
This is the reason why Mount Kenya group being led by Martha Karua, Peter Kenneth, Moses Kuria, Mwangi Kiunjuri and William Kabogo have been urging members to unite and speak with one voice in the region. They have already smelt a rat!
Yesterday's meeting is a good show that Mount Kenya is moving somewhere and eventually they will not United. Do you support this move?
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