Njuri Ncheke elders from Meru County, have endorsed Baringo Senator Gideon Moi after a meeting with him saying he had the potential to lead the Country.
Led by Mr David Gituma and Prof Albert Mugambi, the elders said their visit and meeting with the Kanu chairman carried lots of significance and asked the senator to come out and meet the people.
“Be tough and stand firm, we are here to bless you and we will take care of you just as former President Daniel Moi took care of the Ameru community,” James Mirienga, who serves as a supreme council member of Njuri Ncheke said during the meeting that took place in Nakuru yesterday.
Gituma, the elders’ chairperson, said they had chosen to support the senator because he has the potential to lead.
“We respect you, we are together and we will support you. We will not make noise but we are working and when your time comes, knock and the door will be opened,” said Gituma.
Prof Mugambi said their people will rally behind Gideon when he will seek their support. “He is equal to the task,” said Mugambi.
The Kanu chairman assured the elders that he will “blow the whistle” when the right time comes.
“We support the fight against corruption. Graft must be eradicated and those responsible should carry their own cross. Let them face the full force of the law,” he said.
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