Barely a month after the County Governor of Meru Peter Munya stormed out of a meeting convened by Deputy President William Ruto. He has finally revealed that him and Deputy President William Ruto are not in good terms.
The remarks by Munya, comes after he stated that he will not bow to political pressure aimed at making him join Jubilee Party in the next polls.
Munya who serves as the Council of Governors chairman said in a comment,
“Every time he comes to Meru, he tries to push for an agenda that is against me. When he comes to meetings, he comes with people who make remarks that are against me yet I am the Governor of Meru.
So I wouldn’t say we are very friendly. If I say we are friends then I wouldn’t be speaking the truth.
He maintained that he will not join the Jubilee party and that he will challenge Ruto in the 2022 presidential elections.
“In 2022, I intend to vie for presidency and I am preparing already. I will be launching a new party that I will use to seek re-election next year, and later use it to vie for presidency come 2022. I believe I have what it takes to be elected for that seat and I am busy preparing.