Planning to overthrow Ruto in 2027 is suicidal, Ngunyi tells Mount Kenya

Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi now says any plan to topple President William Ruto in 2027 will not succeed.

In a message to Mount Kenya leaders, Ngunyi said some of the region’s leaders calling for unity are doing so to unite against Ruto.

He went on to say that the group has made matters worse by revealing its plans early.

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s former technical advisor further classified the Kikuyu into two: those from the Mountains and those from the Valley.

“The Mountain Kikuyus are uniting to eliminate Ruto in 2027. Nothing more. Nothing less. This is a suicide plan revealed too soon. I am a Valley Kikuyus and I will lead the rebellion against the GEMA unit. The Kikuyus are different “The Kikuyus of the Valley will not be used by Mount Kikuyus,” he said in X.

His comments come amid talk of growing differences between the president and his deputy.

The alleged silent breakup between Ruto and Gachagua has caused divisions to deepen in the Mount Kenya region.

PD allies now claim that there are influential people within the House of Representatives who “sponsor” young leaders from the region to undermine Gachagua’s authority.

However, on Sunday, the House of Representatives denied that there had been a fight between the president and vice president.

“As far as I know, there is no problem between the president and his vice president,” said House of Representatives Speaker Hussein Mohamed.

On Tuesday, Vice President Rigathi Gachagua He alleged that some individuals are being used to divide Mount Kenya.

He did not name those people or the person who sponsors them to head the divisions.

“To those who want to be used to divide us, continue, but our people are wise and can see what is happening and when the right time comes for the people to pass judgment, that will be when those who are being used will know that the people of Mount Kenya are wise enough,” Gachagua said.

Gachagua’s absence from key state functions raised eyebrows among Kenyans as it was uncharacteristic of him.

He, however, made a public appearance on Sunday when he attended a church service in Nyeri.

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