Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata has refuted claims of being endorsed by United Democratic Alliance (UDA) as the aspiring senator of the county in the upcoming general elections. Speaking during an interview on Wednesday night on Citizen TV, the vocal Mt Kenya region politician rubbished claims by a section of politicians who claim that the politician has been endorsed by UDA for the top seat in the county government of Murang'a.
Maintaining his stand, the current Murang'a County Senator has stated that UDA is yet to unveil him as the new flagbearer for the senatorial seat in Murang'a. Kang'ata is undoubtedly the close allies of Deputy President William Ruto in Mt Kenya region. Kang'ata has also stated that UDA could probably win majority of the votes from Mt Kenya region in the upcoming 2022 general elections.
Mt Kenya region has been a region of contention by several top politicans who seek to gainfully use the votes to win in the next general elections. However, it is not yet known who could probably take on the huge chunk of the votes from Mt Kenya region despite varied interests from top politicians.
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