Mt Kenya region politics are changing every day where most leaders goes to different parties, division of votes among the people. Deputy president William Ruto has been trying to win more support through collaboration with the leaders from the region.
Today, a vocal leaders allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta has publicly attacked deputy president William Ruto over 2022 presidential race.
According to the former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo Kenya does not belong to one tribe hence some leaders should stop intimidations and incitement which might trigger violence.
"Some people called me Kambogo (small bufallo) but Mbogo and I've got the Constitutional right to visit any part of this country. To those thinking that violence will pay, shame on you and know that Mt Kenya isn't blindly supporting people," said Kabogo.
This comes after a group of youth in Meru praised DP William Ruto during a meeting which almost caused violence among the people.
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