It has emerged that allies of the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta are planning to counter the growing popularity of the Deputy President William Ruto in the Mount Kenya region.
According to details, the Members of Parliament allied to the Head of State have now devised a plan that will try and counter the deputy president William Ruto's popularity.
They are said to be ready to sell the success story of the Head of State in terms of development to discredit the deputy president accusing him of having deserted the president.
The Members of parliament made this resolution after having met at a Nairobi hotel days after the Kirinyaga county governor Anne Mumbi Waiguru declared that she will be going to the acceptable party by 2022.
The MPs now want to take a more central role in the government’s development agenda of the region. “Everywhere we go, our voters are telling us they can see projects but the party lacks the voice on ground,” said National Assembly Majority Leader and Kipipiri MP Amos Kimunya.
Those present in the meeting included Director of Presidential Delivery Unit (PDU) Kinoti Gatobu, Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu, Kiambu Town MP June Njomo and Mwea MP Kabinga Wathayu.
Among the development projects they will use to discredit the deputy president William Ruto is the Multibillion Kenol to Marua dual carriageway that is under construction by the national government.
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