The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga has been enjoying massive support from the vote rich Mt Kenya Region Governors as he seeks to succeed the retiring incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta. Most of the Governors in the region have been openly supporting his presidency. But in the change of events, Mt Kenya Governors seemed to have changed tune on the former second Prime Minister of the Republic of Kenya.
As reported by K24 TV Kenya, Mt Kenya region governors have announced that they are working on forming a formidable political vehicle ahead of the 2022 general elections. The governors, Lee Kinyanjui of Nakuru county, Francis Kimemia of Nyandarua county, Nderitu Muriithi of Laikipia county and James Nyoro of Kiambu county, say that in a few months they will spearhead consensual talks that will birth a political coalition before next year's polls.
"The governors say that in a few months they will spearhead consensual talks that will birth a political coalition before next year's polls." K24 TV Kenya
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