Dennis Ole Itumbi as he is commonly known is a strong die hard to the DP Ruto. He is a man whose stories and things he puts on twitter seems to make many believe him. This is because they in most cases comes to pass or turns out to be the truth.
There is a rumour that the Mt Kenya Leaders met and came up with some resolutions. It is said that the leaders who met at Thika Greens resolved that they need a Mt Kenya origin president again to take after president Uhuru retires in 2022.
This is a trick that is usually being driven by the politicians to put a high stake in a negotiating table when it comes to politics. Mt Kenya is currently the one rich in votes and there is a high possibility for the president not to come from the region.
This becomes the major reason why politicians from that particular region coming up with those stern stands. They want to protect their region and interest at the same time.
Itumbi has taken to his official twitter account to rubbish the news on daily nation that Mt Kenya wants a president and nothing less.
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