- Mwangi Kiunjuri has revealed who should be sure of the Mt kenya presidential votes in the 2022 general election.
- He says the small party in Mt Kenya shouldn't be broken so as to grow the regional democracy.
Former Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri has put his weight behind the Mt Kenya 2022 politics.
The Service Party of Kenya (TSP) boss says Mt Kenya doesn't belong to anyone as far as 2022 general election is concerned.
Kiunjuri, who has kept a low profile after he was fired from gov't in a Cabinet reshuffle by Hon Uhuru Kenyatta a year ago says you can't predict with certainty what will happen in Mt Kenya region.
Kiunjuri reveals that as the region, they will support a leader who can take care of the regional interests.
He advised the presidential candidates saying they will follow a leader who will be able to convince them as a region.
TPS boss spoke this at a function in Loitokitok, Kajiado county while opening the party's office.
He further said they can't break small political parties to join others so as to grow the regional democracy.
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