NARC Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua has allegedly changed her earlier position she had taken regarding President Uhuru Kenyatta influencing 2022. While speaking at Inooro TV Kiririmbi Show on Sunday night, the Former Gichugu Member of Parliament allegedly said that President Uhuru Kenyatta has a say and his choice might bring a swing because he has a lot of people who follows him and will listen to him. She however urged Mt Kenya residents not to wait for the outgoing President not to tell them where to head Politically.
" He has a say in 2022 because he has a lot of people who follows him and will listen to him but Kenyans and mostly those from Mt Kenya region should not wait for president Uhuru Kenyatta to decide for them. Let us decide for ourselves that even if he will advise us on the way to go, we have already decided for ourselves where we shall be heading. Let us not be lazy, and just sit there and wait for president Uhuru Kenyatta to give us direction," Said Martha Karua.
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