Gichugu Member of Parliament Martha Wangari Karua has said that no one owns Mt Kenya that they should go there and campaign according to what work they have done for Kenyans she says that the leadership in mt Kenya is not for an individual since leaders are for the whole country. she has told youths that they should not be convinced that they should pass anything that they don't understand because they have the right to chose the leaders that they want.
All the same, she says that all the leaders who are campaigning are every day talking about the economy of Kenya every yet some want to benefit themselves, she said that for people to be convinced about growing the economy of Kenya they should ask themselves what that leader has done since he has been in the government, she said they have rights to know who is better for that sit.
However, she said that the leaders should come together and make many political parties so that they get united and be able to come up with a good leader who will help the people of Kenya. Speaking in Intro Tv
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