Nyamira County Senator Hon Okong'o Omogeni, has revealed a secret which is likely going to finish the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's popularity in Mt Kenya region next year when the official campaign process begins.
Speaking on an interview with K24 television, Omogeni said that when the official campaigns begins Deputy President Dr William Ruto is likely going to be dealt a huge blow, when the reality will be told to Mt Kenya residents about goodies that the second in command opposed in the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report.
He added that the DP opposed the devolution of many resources to the counties which could help people on the ground conduct their business activities. Also he rejected the delimitation of more constituencies in Mt Kenya region which were going to take more resources to them.
"You know let me tell you, when the time for campaign starts and the truth be told. When the owners of the region speaks and tell people what he (DP Ruto) he opposed in the BBI. When people will here the amount of resources he opposed that was set to go to them through BBI and delimitation of boundaries." He said.
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