The flamboyant city lawyer Donald Kipkorir has advised president Uhuru Kenyatta to completely abandon his Mount Kenya region for showing disrespect to him in the just concluded two by-elections in the region.
Through his twitter handle, the lawyer noted that the president really love his backyard and has been giving the region first priority in the appointments of state officers and even giving contracts.
He further advised the president to reallocate the appointments and contracts to Nyanza and Coast provinces.
"President Uhuru Kenyatta should reallocate all these appointments and contracts to Nyanza and Coast provinces. He should completely abandon Mount Kenya region who have shown such disrespect of monumental proportion," he tweeted.
The lawyer also note that it was not right for the region to continue complaining for the president and yet he has propelled the economy of the region through construction of roads and even the improvements in the farming sectors especially for the tea and coffee.
The victory of the two candidates allied to William Ruto is seen as a clear indication of his growing influence in the region ahead of the 2022 presidential election.
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