Despite the fact that it was the head of state who landed a government job in their favor, Kieni MP Kanini Kega said that 12 prominent leaders in the Mount Kenya region were on DP William Ruto. I was indignant at the decision to support the candidacy. Support the 2022 presidency. Injury headquarters claims that this indicates that political betrayal continued as the 2022 general election approached.
However, vocalist Mt. Kenya MP argued that President Uhuru Kenyatta was unaffected by pressure and his support for Raila's campaign would continue to hurt many, despite his lack of concern. This was reported by a local publication.
But another view, Jeremiah Kioni of Ndaragwa, can claim that these people are my allies, but freedom of association must be respected, and 12 are Uhuru. Those who decided to support Raila were appropriate, as they thought they did so under the same circumstances.
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