Governor Lee Kinyanjui has spoken just a day after being told by to join the UDA party by Nakuru residents. According to the governor, anybody who never supported One Man One Shilling as was proposed by BBI will not get the Mt Kenya region votes.
Lee Kinyanjui has also indirectly hit out at the deputy president William Ruto for his poor record in matters fight against corruption in the country. The governor is clear given such, Ruto stands no chance come 2022.
Kinyanjui is clear DP Ruto is consuming time in only Mt Kenya region as if other communities do not have votes. He is clear Mt Kenya region will not support Ruto rather a person with a record of development as well who supported BBI pushcthwt was nullified by courts.
Kinyanjui is of the view that we must look at leaders keenly especially those who have an agenda to change this country for the better. He is clear Ruto never supported BBI as well abandoned Uhuru a reason Mt Kenya region will also abandon him. Unfortunately it's not Ruto who killed BBI rather the courts owing to illegalities.
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