Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has issued a State on the ongoing talks aimed at Uniting the divided Mt Kenya region. Taking to his Facebook page, the former Kiambu County Chief has seconded remarks by a group of leaders hailing from Mt Kenya and who had converged in Naivasha in a bid to have a united Mt Kenya region.
Lack of a strong presidential candidate in the coming general Elections has left the region divided in terms of who to support with a big number of leaders and their followers seemingly supporting the Deputy President William Ruto. However, the group led to the Former Cabinet Secretary for agriculture Mwangi Kiunjuri, NARC Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua and Gatundu South Member Of Parliament Moses Kuria is busy trying to consolidate the region votes to strengthen their bargaining power. In his own words, William Kabogo has urged the people of Mt Kenya to rally behind one party to have a say at the negotiation table.
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