Homabay Town member of parliament Hon Peter Kaluma has come out to reveal that DP William Ruto has costed Mt Kenya region alot through his decision to reject BBI. Kaluma alleges that DP Ruto denied Mt Kenya an opportunity to have equal share of resources through rejecting one man one vote one shilling request. He also alleged that Ruto said no to increase in number of constituencies in the region and now wonders how is it that he want them to support his candidature comes 2022.Peter Kaluma who has been a serious critic of DP William Ruto alleged that he should not expect Mt Kenya region to support him after denying them an opportunity to get more resources and constituencies. Kaluma adds that DP William Ruto took advantage of them to join URP Party only to frustrate them by leaving Jubilee Party which they had formed a coalition to form UDA Party. However, DP Ruto seem so concerned with Mt Kenya just like other leaders and it is expected that he will get a running mate from the region.
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