This came as a shocker to most of the politicians from central Kenya region who already have political parties and wanted to work with the deputy president William Ruto in the forthcoming presidential elections.
Most of them have maintained that they will not allow themselves to be forced to fold their parties in order to support the Deputy President William Ruto's presidential ambitions ahead of the elections.
He has once again reiterated that the Mount Kenya region leaders who have their own parties will not fold them like they did in 2017 and they are now suffering the consequences of their bad decisions.
"Kama vyama vya kisiasa lazima tuheshimiane (We have to respect one another). Don't say you were frustrated when you are also trying to frustrate others. It will be dangerous if we all get into one vehicle," he said.
This comes as a blow to the second in command who is seeking to have the Mt Kenya region leaders in his vehicle ahead of the 2022 general elections with an aim of trying to ensure that the controls the region.
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