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Governor Mutahi who is a bonafide United Democratic Alliance (UDA) member said Mt Kenya won't allow being downplayed in the party.
Trouble seems to be brewing in the United Democratic Alliance (U.D.A) as a section of members cite underhand machinations against them.
Governor Mutahi of Nyeri implied there is a plan to have politicians from Mt Kenya sidelined. Mutahi said that they are not married by anyone politically. This meant that the people of Mt. Kenya have the right to shift their focus to the side that supports the Mt. Kenya region fully. Should the Mt. Kenyans divide themselves even before the 2027 elections are near?
Mutahi's utterances came during the swearing-in of the Nyeri county C.E.Cs which was a few moments before details of Jubilee leaders threatened to leave Raila alone emerged. What next for president William Ruto, will he support the Mt. Kenya region leaders or he will ignore them.?Mutahi's statement has sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans. See some reactions below
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