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Mount Kenya region will support Ruto in 2022, Cs Kiunjuri assures Rift Valley leaders

09 August 2016, 10:31 Marc Mbugua

Nakuru - Devolution and planning cabinet secretary, Mwangi Kiunjuri has said that Rift valley leaders should not be deceived that the mount Kenya region will not support the deputy president in 2022.

According to Kiunjuri, the people of mount Kenya will rally behind the deputy president fully as a way of reciprocating the support the Kalenjin community gave president Uhuru Kenyatta.

"We have decided as people from mount Kenya that we are going to support the DP fully to thank the Kalenjin people," said the CS.

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While speaking at the officiating ceremony of Kimao Dam, the cabinet secretary said that the supremacy battle in Rift valley should stop citing that two bulls cannot be kept under one roof.

"I respect Baringo senator and his ambitions to run for presidency but am asking him to support the deputy president while campaigning for the higher sit so that we can also support him in return," said Kiunjuri.

He added that the Kalenjin community should not be misled by some politicians who do not want the deputy president to become president, citing that the DP has a kind heart and has helped the people mount Kenya region a lot.

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