Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Gabriel Kagombe revealed what they did to the late Mwai Kibaki as they plan to do the same to former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
This followed after a group of elders in Mt region came out to unite deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and Uhuru Kenyatta. According to the Daily Nation, their aim is to unite the former head of state with the current government(Gachagua and Ruto). However, they also revealed that their first move will be uniting the deputy president and Uhuru to create a strong unity among the people of Mt Kenya.
The elders also said that 2023 is a year of unity that will see them achieve their goals. They also added that they were not happy with how the top politicians exchanged harsh words during the August elections, which is fueling their agenda.
However, this plan has not been backed up by Mt Kenya leaders who claimed that they have forgotten about Uhuru since his political move failed. According to Gabriel, Gatundu South MP, the Mt Kenya region has already moved on to Rigathi Gachagua as their Kingpin and has nothing to do with Uhuru. He continued to reveal that they will bother less about him just like they did to the Late Mwai Kibaki. From his statement, the Kikuyu nation didn't care about Kibaki after he left the office. This means that Uhuru will face the same thing from his people.
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