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Osoro discloses Ruto’s ultimate plan to create a mammoth alliance of all regions from West Nakuru to Busia

by Joshua Wanga
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In what seems like a grand plan to protect himself and have himself fully insulated from a devastating revolt in case the Mt Kenya region decides to turn on him, one of the president’s most vocal allies disclosed the trump card that he has in hand.

The South Mugirango member of parliament was speaking while making an appearance on Citizen TV’s morning show Daybreak. Alongside him were Kiambu County governor Kimani Wamatangi and Orange Democratic Movement party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna, who is also the Nairobi County senator..

While responding to Edwin Sifuna’s remarks, Osoro laid out what is the best way forward for president Ruto.
With Sifuna having said that this week’s meeting between Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi and Luhya leaders was purely apolitical and simply meant to find a way to bring development to the region, Osoro regretted the fact that Luhyas, who are the second biggest community in the country, couldn’t come together and claim their deserved role in the country’s political space.

Osoro disclosed what’s even better than Luhya unity in a detailed breakdown; a well thought-out plan involving all the regions from West Nakuru, namely; Kalenjin, Kisiis, Luos and Luhyas.
Prior to all this, Western MPs from across the political divide met Prime Cabinet Minister Musalia Mudavadi and they resolved to work together for development of the region.
The lawmakers led by Western Region MPs Caucus Chairman Sirisia MP John Waluke committed to uniting the region.
The leaders drawn from Vihiga, Kakamega, Busia, Bungoma, Trans Nzoia, and Nairobi counties promised to champion the interests of the region.

They apparently resolved to work together under the leadership of the Prime Cabinet Secretary and National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula. Wetang’ula who did not attend the meeting sent an apology.
Mudavadi also used the meeting to congratulate the leaders on their election and urged them to put aside their political differences and forge a working relationship that is beneficial to the people of Western.
“If I stepped on you, forgive me. It has been a game of politics but it’s time we all now put that behind us and forge a united team,” he said.

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