The 2022 Presiential hopeful held a consultative meeting with members of parliament from the Mount Kenya region allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The meeting has sparked a series of mixed reactions from various leaders across the political divide, mostly allies of Deputy President William Ruto.
Itumbi has said that since Raila is the Jubilee Presiential candidate, the One Kenya Alliance meeting told Gideon Moi he has to get KANU out of Jubilee, so as to participate in their future meetings during the OKA meeting held on Tuesday.
Controversial Itumbi has further named Raila's seven Mount Kenya pointmen within Jubilee party who are pushing for his presidency.
In the list of 7 Mount Kenya pointmen, Itumbi has named;
1. Kanini Kega
2. Ngunjiri Wambugu
3. Hon. Mwathi
4. Maina Kamanda
5. Hon.Dr. Amos Kimunya
6. Jeremiah Kioni
7. Rachel Shebesh
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