The Service Party leader Mwangi Kiunjuri has revealed what it takes for Deputy President William Ruto and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga to be assured of Mt Kenya votes.
Speaking during the burial of Sisimunda Muthoni in Mberee, Embu county on Saturday, October 16, Kiunjuri affirmed that the presidential aspirants must commit to a section of constitutional changes within 100 days in office.
This is to assure the region of an equal share of national resources and representation in parliament in relation to the region's numbers.The Service Party of Kenya (TSP) Party Leader Mwangi Kiunjuri Addressing A Crowd On Sunday, August 8, 2021.Citizen Digital
"If you truly want to take care of Mt Kenya voters you must assure us that you will change the constitution in the first 100 days in office so that we can have that equality," he stated.
While addressing the mourners, Kiunjuri affirmed that none of the aspirants were assured of the region.
"If you want our votes, you must assure us that there will be equality of votes. One man, one vote, one shilling," he noted.
The TSP party leader added that the people of Mt Kenya had been sidelined by politicians who laid claim that changing the constitution would only earn a section of leaders' government positions.
"Nobody should boast of being the kingpin of Mt Kenya region. How can you boast of being the kingpin of Mt Kenya region when you are yet to be voted for?" Kiunjuri posed.
The TSP leader has been on a tour in different regions of the Mt Kenya region urging the mountain not to give in to cheap antics from aspirants.
Alongside Martha Karua(Narc-Kenya) and Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria, the three have met with various presidential aspirants in a bid to unveil their plans for the Mt Kenya region ahead of the 2022 polls.
"There is a mission to ensure Mount Kenya votes are scattered and we will lose our respect, we should not be proud of themselves, we have numbers but in politics, they don’t matter unless there is unity in number,” he previously stated.President Uhuru Kenyatta addresses the nation at the Bomas of Kenya on Monday, October 26, 2020PSCU
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