Speaking in an interview at Inooro TV, the vocal legislator claimed that soon there will be a major political landslide as President Uhuru hands over the leadership of the country and the biggest question Mt Kenya people should ask themselves is what will happen later.
He claimed that in the history of Kenya, the region has always produced a presidential candidate and has managed to produce three out of the four presidents who have ruled the country. Kanini however revealed that the history might soon be overwritten in 2022.
According to him, the next General Elections might be the first ever without a powerful candidate from Mt Kenya and therefore people from the region should be keen on where they place their bet. He called for unity across the region to ensure they front their needs and demands in one voice.
He further added that those who were against the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) should be considered as enemies of progress to the region which he claims would have immensely benefited from the report.
Watch the interview here (from 01:00).
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