Interior Principal Secretary Hon Dr. Karanja Kibicho has for the first time delivered signals that his heart doesn't belong to President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee Party anymore and that it is a matter of time before he openly declares his unwavering support for Ruto's newly formed UDA Party as well as his 2022 Presidential Bid.
Speaking to KTN News on Saturday, Dr. Karanja Kibicho has protested against media reports and claims that Mt Kenya has endorsed Raila's 2022 Presidential bid after reporting that such matters can't be determined by a group of ten people who claim to own the region.
Additionally, Karanja Kibicho via a speech perceived as a direct indication that DP Ruto remains as his preferred 2022 Presidential candidate reported that the region will support each and everyone who has been interacting with the residents which means that he has gained proper knowledge or problems facing the region and not those from big hotels.
But rumors and claims hitting news airwaves have indicated Wangui Ngirici and Dr Karanja Kibicho will be vying for the Governor Set come 2022 even though it remains unclear on who will Deputize who.
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