The members of county assembly in Tharaka Nithi county today told all the presidential aspirants that if they wanted votes from Meru region then it was important for them to liaise with the national assembly speaker Justin Muturi.
They said that from Nithi county they had endorsed Muturi to be their spokesman and they were serious about it. They proceeded to add that they were going to give him him the much needed support to unite residents from the region.
The MCAs went on to say that they were determined being in the next government and the person who had the capability of delivering on their aspirations was the vocal speaker.
The MCAs urged the locals to start organizing themselves around him because he was focussed and respected all over the country because of his great work in parliament. They also said that it was going to be very difficult for leaders wanting support from them if Muturi was not hugely Involved.
Attached is a video link of the MCAs speaking:
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