Addressing worshipers at PCEA Mwendantu in Meru Town, Mr Munya, however, said he would not join the Jubilee Party and that he would square it out with Deputy President William Ruto in the 2022 elections.
Although some local leaders had indicated their support for Mr Ruto to succeed President Kenyatta in 2022, if the Head of State wins a second term, Mr Munya said not all residents would back the DP.
“Since we are in a democratic country, it is Kenyans who will decide. I support President Uhuru Kenyatta. That is why I am campaigning for him, but in 2022 I will battle it out with his deputy,” Mr Munya said.
He went on: “That is the reason I won’t join the Jubilee Party as it is meant to help him (Mr Ruto) ascend to the presidency.”