Speaking today in a press conference, the Bahati member of parliament Kimani Ngunjiri pointed out that the way they were rallying behind their presidential candidate had convinced many Kenyans that he was the right person to take over from president Uhuru Kenyatta.
He went on to add that plans were also under way for leaders in support of the deputy president to visit all counties with one big agenda of preaching peace. He added that as a party they were peace loving people and were determined to unite all Kenyans from every part of the country they were in.
The outspoken lawmaker also exuded confidence that the deputy president William Ruto was in a better position to become the next head of state despite a lot of challenges the current government was subjecting him to.
He finally urged all communities to continue living in peace as that was the best way for everyone. He also warned all leaders not to disunite Kenyans.
Attached is a video link of the Mp speaking:
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