Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga has been busy seeking for endorsement from Mt Kenya region leaders. Some of the leaders agreed on supporting his ambitions after he promised to deliver what they discussed with President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House.
However, some of the Mt Kenya leaders who are close allies to Deputy President William Ruto and the United Democratic Alliance party have denied that they are ready to back Raila Odinga as they claimed their loyalty is to the DP.
Former Laikipia East Member of Parliament, Antony Kimaru and some of UDA supporters met in Nanyuki town for a press briefing where they slammed the Mt Kenya Foundation meeting which they claimed that the tycoons do not present any politicians interests from the region.
The legislatures also stated that they are behind Deputy President William Ruto because of his bottom up model which will suit their needs as well as represent them plus their needs. This comes at a time when the two leaders are trying to get more support in order to attain their ambitions.
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