As the race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta continues, it's the man that will get a good backing from Mt Kenya region that will have a high chance of taking the day as the region plays a very vital role in deciding the winner due to it number of votes.
Almost all presidential candidate has shown interest with everyone trying to woo people to back them. However, they region has come out with a number of demands in order to support any of them. Gatundu South member of parliament Hon Moses Kuria alleged that the position of deputy president is unnegotiable and must be preserved to the people of the region.
In connection to that, many leaders have been tipped to take the position with various leaders being advised to select them. They include Martha Karua, Mwangi Kiunjuri, Rigathi Gachagua, Ann Waiguru, Peter Kenneth amongst others.
Odinga has asked to pick Martha Karua as his deputy and his close allies like Mutahi Ngunyi have openly suggested so. However, emerging details reveals that the leaders of the region have Peter Kenneth as their preferred option which is likely to be giving Odinga very hard time in making a correct decision
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