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Central Kenya politicians assure DP Ruto of support in 2022.

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria gives his Thika counterpart Patrick Wainaina a handshake in Ndumberi Stadium, Kiambu town during a thanksgiving ceremony of Kikuyu gospel singer Ngaruiya Junior (in the forefront).

A section of politicians drawn from the Mount Kenya Region have pledged to support Deputy President William Ruto for the presidency in 2022.

Led by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria, his Thika counterpart Eng. Patrick Wainaina, Women Reps. Gathoni Wamuchomba (Kiambu), Sabina Wanjiru Chege (Murang’a) and Beatrice Ngatha (Tharaka Nithi), the leaders said that they would support the DP as he had shown the ability to deliver to the people of Kenya adding that they were was optimistic Ruto would take over the leadership of the country.

Speaking in Ndumberi Stadium, Kiambu town during a thanksgiving ceremony of Kikuyu gospel singer Ngaruiya Junior, Kuria said the era of hereditary politics in Kenya had been overtaken by events and the challenges Ruto was going through in preparation for his elevation to the top political were as a result of a scheme being hatched by beneficiaries of the status quo who were uneasy with a ‘hustler’ ascending to the helm of this country’s leadership.

“Nothing will stop God’s plan; this is hustlers’ time,” Kuria said.

Thika MP said that Kenyans had no doubt about who would have a bigger chance to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.

“Kenyans are tired of these endless talk and want to be given opportunities to earn a decent living. We will vote for Ruto in 2022 because he has demonstrated his ability to perform,” said Wainaina.

He encouraged Kenyans to engage in constructive politics, noting that development was the ultimate goal

“Even as we do politics, we should discourage politics of enmity if we are to attain a united nation. We should make use of our opportunity as elected leaders to engage in activities aimed at uplifting the people’s lives,” stated the Thika legislator.

Sabina Chege echoed these sentiments stressing that Ruto deserved to be Kenya’s next president by merit.

“We have worked with the DP, and we have seen that he can move this country to the next level,” she said.

On her part, the Kiambu women rep. said that they will be against any amendments to the constitution that were geared towards creating leadership positions to benefit a select few.

“We have opposed any amendments to the constitution that aims at creating positions for a few leaders. If we have to change our laws, they must be about creating wealth to majority of the poor Kenyans,” said Wamuchomba.

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