Mount Kenya Foundation (MKF) leaders today will be meeting the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals just 10 days after meeting with former prime minister Raila Odinga.
Eyebrows have been raised after the OKA principals and newly endorsed Mt Kenya spokesperson and NARC party leader Martha Karua and Cyrus Jirongo met and held a high profile meeting before heading to Safari Park Hotel where a mega meeting with Mt Kenya tycoons is scheduled to take place shortly.
Speculations are high because the last meeting with Raila and the Mt Kenya billionaires ended after they all agreed to support Raila for his presidency and leadership come 2022.
Questions arising is why did the OKA principals met before heading to Safari Park Meeting? Would they have agreed to back Raila Odinga because seemingly the tycoons will request the to back Raila against Dp Ruto?
The 2022 presidential race is slowly taking shape and if the OKA principals unanimously agree to back Raila Dp Ruto will be hard hit.
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