Few days ago, in what can be termed as political allignment, Mt. Kenya MPs allied to DP Ruto declared that, they were going to renegotiate their terms of engagement with the DP claiming that, they believe the D.p stands the best chance to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to Ngunjiri, the meeting had over 6,000 delegates and coordinators from Kajiado North, West, Central, East and south who presented a grant concept paper to Williams Ruto claiming that, he appreciated the well thought out document and recommended it for implementation.
The meeting came few days after Senator Susan Kihika had criticized President Uhuru Kenyatta for holding a political gathering at the State House, Nairobi claiming that, it was unacceptable for the president to host such a gathering yet he had banned any form of gatherings.
One of the fresh demands Mt Kenya MPs have given to Williams Ruto is that, he should reserve the running mate position for a person who hails from the region.
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