DP Ruto's camp has started pronouncing war on Mt. Kenya over their regular meetings to prepare Raila's entry to State House. According to a video compiled by KTN news, it has been revealed that DP Ruto's men have started complaining. This happens as Kimani Ichungwa and Rigathi Gachagua emerge to be the first people to openly declare war against the Mt. Kenya Tycoons.
"And I want to challenge NCIC today, the ethnic hatred and ethnic profiling coming from those meetings, Safari Park na kwingine from the likes of Maina Njenga and Njenga Mungai, if you don't stop it, Ile mulikuwa nayo 2013 ya ICC ilikuwa kionjo. Iko mtu atarudi ICC next year," Kimani Ichungwa quoted.
Video Link: https://twitter.com/KTNNewsKE/status/1445814380076179457?s=09
To add on this, Rigathi Gachagua has also complained about the meetings made by Billionaires to protect their wealth and ensure they add more. Gachagua alleged that Mt. Kenya Tycoons are promising Raila good things only if he is ready to protect their wealth and ensure they continue getting more.
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