Mt Kenya region leaders have vowed to unite mad make sure that they move forward as a group. This was revealed by Nyeri county governor honourable Mutahi Kahiga this morning on his official Facebook page after meeting Kanini Kega, the EALA MP elect.
According to him, he was glad to host EALA MP - elect Hon. Kanini Kega who paid a courtesy call to his office. He wishes to congratulate the MP for his recent election as East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) MP, and as a son of the mountain, he welcome him home, as it is high time for Mt. Kenya leaders to unite as one, for the sake of development in the region.
That they must speak in one voice and leave bygones be bygones. The future of the mountain will depend on what they are doing today. As the CEREB Chair, he wishes to extend an olive branch to other leaders in the mountain, it is time to unite.
Hon. Kega who is also the Director of Elections in Jubilee Party, said it was time to unite despite the party affiliations to ensure local projects are done for the benefit of Wanjiku.
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