Photo courtesy of President William Ruto with Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro.
The Mount Kenya region Kingpin battle has narrowed down to two top vocal leaders. The reports show Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Kiharu Member of the National Assembly Ndindi Nyoro as the two big horses for the position.
The Kiharu legislator is among the vibrant and prominent politicians who have been seen building close friendships with the Head of State. On the other hand, the Deputy President is the current most powerful leader holding the highest office among the Mountain leaders.
The next Kingpin Position aims to succeed Former President Uhuru Kenyatta who has been in the seat for ten years until he exits office. However, Ndindi Nyoro aims to challenge the Deputy President over the battle and seems to have a solid ground to clasp it.
Despite being the second most powerful leader in the country, Rigathi Gachagua is in serious repulse. The second in command has been moving around the region preaching unity and solidarity among the leaders.
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