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Maina Njenga roots for a Kikuyu unity

Former Mungiki leader-turned pastor Maina Njenga has once again come out to push for Mt Kenya political unity.

The former proscribed sect leader emphasised on the need for a united Mt Kenya region which will see leaders who have hitherto read from different political pages come together to foster a united front.

The politician was speaking today in the company of Cabinet Secretary for Public Service Moses Kuria. Me Njenga noted that there is also a concerted effort to rope in former President Uhuru Kenyatta, who would hand over the region’s political leadership mantle to his would-be successor.

“We are going to invite everybody, regardless of their political affiliation, the event will be a major one for our region, and it is our time to stand together,” he said.

Maina Njenga, however, did not disclose who Uhuru will hand over to.

“We have heard Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua talk about the unity of Mt Kenya. We saw a section of people converging in hotels, we want to meet people in public, in broad daylight, and we want to see everyone represented. “We want everybody to come, as long as they are from the mountain.”

On whether Uhuru might hand over leadership to the DP, Njenga said it is not about one popular person but the people of Mt Kenya. “Mt Kenya leaders should come together, irrespective of their political divide for the unity and development of our region,” he said.

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