On Friday, a designation of Kikuyu chamber of elderly folks went to a gathering at the delegate president William Ruto's Karen home. Among the individuals who went to the gathering was president Uhuru Kenyatt's cousin skipper Kung'u Muigai.
Recently, one more segment of Kikuyu older folks limited any association with the gathering expressing that they were completely behind Azimio official applicant Raila Odinga.
President Uhuru's cousin, Mr Kung'u Muigai while addressing the media denied claims that the older folks collectively acknowledged to help to the delegate president William Ruto.
As per Mr Muigai who addressed Country Africa, the older folks were looking for affirmation from the agent president William Ruto that he won't pursue president Uhuru Kenyatta after he resigns. Ruto is said to have gave an affirmation that the president will be treated with deference would it be advisable for him he, Ruto, come out on top in the Statehouse race.
The issue of pursuing the president after retirement has attaracted negative comments from lawmakers associated to the Azimio group.
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