The hunt for the votes of Mt Kenya region by various presidential candidates to spearhead their bids to State House is continuing to gain momentum as the countdown to the elections gets down to 34 days.
Nominated MP David Ole Sankok has alleged a move by Kenya Kwanza Alliance Presidential candidate William Ruto that handed him 95% of the Mt Kenya support as well as President Uhuru Kenyatta's cousin, Kung'u Muigai.
Speaking to TV47 on Tuesday morning, 5th July 2022, Ole Sankok alleged that the choice of Mathira MP Hon Rigathi Gachagua was the best choice that handed the DP 95% of Mt Kenya as well as Uhuru's cousin.
He stated that as Kenya Kwanza, they are satisfied with the choice of Gachagua as their running mate for the presidency in the August 9th polls.
"Choosing Rigathi Gachagua as William Ruto's running mate was the best choice we made as Kenya Kwanza. We are satisfied and no wonder we still have 95% of the Mountain including President Uhuru's cousin Kung'u Muigai ."- Nominated MP David Ole Sankok said.
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