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Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho warns Mt Kenya community against following DP Ruto blindly

Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho has warned Mt Kenya residents against abandoning President Kenyatta and following his deputy William Ruto blindly saying they will badly regret it.

And taking a cue from Joho, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria appeared to change tact when he declared that he would not take the community to Ruto United Democratic Alliance (UDA).

Kuria said he cannot take the risky gamble of joining UDA and would instead fish for a Mt Kenya party through which to negotiate with.

Joho who recently hosted Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru in Mombasa, pleaded with the Mt Kenya community to open their eyes and stop following somebody who has been deputy for 9 years.

“Dear Mt Kenya region people, you are the largest community in this country, but you have been reduced to followers.You are all following one man who has been the second in command for 9 years. He earned all he had to but came back and gave you what?,” asked Joho.

He warned that If Mt Kenya people make the mistake come 2022, they will suffer for more than 50years.
“It will take you ages to recover and the coming generation will live to curse you,” he declared.

This is the second time Governor Joho is sounding a warning to Mt Kenya region the first time being two years ago in Kirinyaga County when he and other leaders attended a harambee organised by Interior PS Karanja Kibicho.
At that time he warned that if Mt Kenya people failed to organise themselves, they would live to regret it.

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