The Mount Kenya Foundation has announced that it is set to hold a luncheon with One Kenya Alliance principals on Thursday, tommorow October 7, 2021 for a luncheon after the earlier meeting that was scheduled on Friday, 1 2021 was postponed.
In the invitation card, the Foundation’s Vice Chairman Titus K. Ibui invited members to the Safari Park Hotel meeting that is to start at 12 Noon. “Your input in the consultations towards Mount Kenya region’s position and stake in the next government will be greatly appreciated,” the card reads in part.
The group that consist of Mt. Kenya tycoons are said to be political shapers as they can influence the person who is likely to win the presidency since they have cash and influence. It is led by former Equity Bank chairman Peter Munga, former Kenya Revenue Authority Commissioner General Michael Waweru and former Kenya Airports Authority chairman George Muhoho among other notable names.
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