Mount Kenya leaders are in rush to find the right person who will replace President Uhuru Kenyatta. For the last eight years, President Uhuru Kenyatta has been the Kingpin for the entire region.
However, the region has a sharp division over the next kingpin of the region. More so the succession politics for the region is a nightmare because we have only remained with few months to the next general election.
Yesterday some top leaders from the region had an indoor meeting in discussing succession politics. Governors led by Kirinyanga county governor honorable Ann Waiguru among the central region attended the meeting.Some of the leaders from the region are supporting DP Ruto's ambition so that to return Kumi Kumi.
Hustler Nation spokesman Mr. Itumbi Dennis had alleged that the region might endorse either Wanjigi or Gideon Moi for the presidential seat.
Kabado Wa Kabado has alleged that the Mount Kenya legislators moved a long time ago. Kabado has dismissed Itumbi's allegations concerning yesterday's meeting
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