After yesterday reports by the Standard newspaper that the economic negotiations between DP William Ruto and Mt Kenya legislators were ongoing within Narok town,it has now been revealed that the final results and conclusions have been made. The same reports also revealed that the legislators had hired renowned economist David Ndii to stir the negotiations.
DP William Ruto in a past event [Courtesy]
Information reaching us from DP Ruto's close ally indicate that their is nothing to worry his supporters across the nation as well as within the Mt Kenya region,as the two parties have reached a mutual agreement that will see all the legislators allied to him, drum support for him as their preferred presidential aspirant for the next election.
Taking to his Twitter account, Denis Itumbi revealed that the next task is for the legislators to negotiate directly with the voters via all the available means including visiting the Boda Boda sheds,market places and digital means.
The final outcome of the negotiations comes as a relief to DP Ruto as and many of his supporters, as it was previously rumoured by many analysts that, the planned negotiations were a ploy by his allies dubbed Tangatanga to a abandon his camp.
It also gives the Mt Kenya voters a reason to smile, knowing well that a win for DP Ruto in 2022 will mean a great hope in the economic growth of the region,not to mention the huge political gain that may as well be in the offing.
It is expected that the political bargain of the region's legislators for the DP to pick his running mate from the Kenyan's vote rich region will mean another win for the region anytime soon as the negotiations into that continue.
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