The former prime minister Raila Odinga recently toured Nyahururu town . It can be shocking to the tanga tanga group the large crowd he attracted during his visit.It can be presumed that Raila is making progress in Mt. Kenya region .He is very much keen in engaging the opinion sharpers of Mt. Kenya region before paying the wananchi a visit.For instance ,the Tharaka Niithi governor have been seen in frontline linking him with the public.He also benefits from the Uhuru Kenyatta who is still the leader of the GEMA community.
In contrast,Deputy President William Ruto ignores the community leaders as he relies overhelmingly on the Mt.Kenya legislators.It has been on a record when most of the incumbent legislators end up being not reelected twice.He also refused for Moses Kuria and Mwangi Kiunjuri from forming a coalition with the United Democratic Party.Moses Kuria and Mwangi Kiunjuri are one of the most influential leaders in Mt.Kenya region that Ruto could benefit from.
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