Tension is very high as the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga war with the Mt Kenya leaders escalate in his today's meeting as they offer fresh demands to the former prime minister if they are highly interested in their votes.
According to the statement by the Nyeri governor, he stated that the former prime minister Raila Odinga should tell them what his plans are for the people of Mt Kenya as they stated that the position of the deputy president is not enough for them to support him ahead of the 2022 polls.
According to the statement shared, the statement by the Nyeri governor has sparked mixed reactions among Raila's allies as they stated that the all Kenyans must be represented in government and there for it is not right for the Mt Kenya leaders to demand almost all slots if they support him fully.
Some of the leaders stated that the statement by the Nyeri governor was inappropriate and therefore it was wrong for him to address Raila like that.
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