Just days after Musalia Mudavadi vowed to support deputy president William Ruto, the Head of State has on his part revealed his strategy with top of the Members of Parliament from the Western Kenya region.
According to the Standard newspaper, the strategy by the Head of State will clip the wings that the deputy president William Ruto is getting from the people of Western Kenya especially the leaders in the Amani National Congress ANC party.
One of the strategies that the president will use against the Deputy President William Ruto is asking the allies of the Azimio la Umoja drive to have the Western Kenya people register as voters and rally behind the Azimio la Umoja under former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga.
"Go back and urge your people to register as voters in large numbers and campaign for the unity of the country. You know the others have decided to go their way and you must counter them vigorously,” Uhuru told the leaders at State House, Nairobi yesterday.
The meeting was attended by all the governors from the Western Kenya region and also the Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Defence CS Eugene Wamalwa.
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