Mr Munya said he had held meetings with several politicians interested in joining PNU from Nakuru, Murang’a, Kirinyaga, Laikipia and the coastal region.
Speaking during the second day of PNU rallies in Imenti South on Monday, Mr Munya said the fallout experienced in Jubilee Party during the election of interim leaders was just the tip of the iceberg.
Party of National Unity leader Peter Munya has said the political outfit is winning support across the country, with aspirants from central Kenya joining in large numbers.
“Very many politicians are ready to join PNU because I am meeting them daily. PNU is going places in providing democratic space in this region,” he said.
“Jubilee Party should brace itself for more disputes during its nominations. The chaos and discontent witnessed during the election of interim leaders is a result of lack of democracy. In democracy, you must give people space to choose their leaders,” he said.
Mr Munya said PNU would cause a political Tsunami in the region, buoyed by “lack of democracy in the Jubilee Party”.
The Meru governor said PNU was ready to offer a place to politicians who embrace an open democratic space in the country.