Murang'a Senator Hon Irungu Kang'ata has sent a powerful message to Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto over the larger Mount Kenya Region.
Speaking to Francis Gachuri on Inooro TV alongside Kieni legislature Hon Kanini Kega. He has revealed that it won't be easy for DP Ruto, if His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta will storm the Mountain with Grand Political Campaigns.
Kang'ata who is a close associate to DP Ruto. He confidently said everything will change, and there is no one who will access Mount Kenya without the permission from the Mount Kenya Foundation (MKF).
"A time is coming whereby even DP William Samoei Ruto will not be allowed to access Mount Kenya. The moment President Uhuru Kenyatta will start storming the Mountain with Grand Political Campaigns, there is a group of people who will be forced to dance to the tune."
"Silence is a very dangerous Weapon. Uhuru Kenyatta has been quite for so long, but very soon he will take the Right Measures."
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