The heated debate of whom to succeed His Excellency the President Uhuru Kenyatta is still at political stalment, giving it to the fact that many candidates have declared their interests.
Deputy Ruto is on hot soup for allegedly culminating that he owns the key to the mountain region,and whoever wants to access it ,must go through him,that eventually hitted media headlines.
This was not until residents from the region blasted out the idea claiming, deputy Ruto has totally neglected the region and Raila Odinga still remains to be last man standing in the region.
The residents further procrastinated,that the mountain shall speak later,and will not relentlessly entrust their resources with deputy president William Ruto.
Some finally reported their dissatisfaction outlining that,the region is not made of flocks who just follow people blindly,they will think otherwise before casting their votes.
All these happens with only less than two hundred and thirty days to general exercise as laid out in the IEBC calendar.
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