A new twist has emerged in today's alleged meeting that involved Deputy president Dr William and over 40 legislatures from the Mount Kenya region. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss what Ruto has in store for the region once he becomes the president.
Speaking to the press this afternoon, a section of Mount Kenya region leaders including some MCAs have come out to declare their stand on supporting Ruto's Presidential Bid. While addressing the nation, Mount Kenya region residents through their local leaders have declared that they will support Ruto in 2022. However, they have revealed that their support doesn't come for free adding that Ruto must tell them what they stand to gain as the people of Mount Kenya.
"We as mou t Kenya people have decided for the first time to support someone outside our community and that person is DP William Ruto. However, our support doesn't come for free and we will not have to negotiate on what we stand to gain as a community once he becomes the president, "Nyeri Town MCA Kirugu Thuku said after MPs secret meetings at Rigathi Gachagua's home.
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