Political pressure continues to exist within Kenya as the General elections comes closers and closer. Some few days ago it was reported that President Uhuru Kenyatta was in a meeting with Kieleweke Members of Parliament and some Members of the County Assembly.
Among the reports that arised from the discussion was plan on how Raila Odinga could climb the Mount Kenya region. It was revealed that Uhuru Kenyatta wants Raila to climb the mountain alone by using the Mount Kenya region leaders to accompany him to rallies and introduce him to people.
On this issue it has been revealed that A section of Kieleweke Members are having negotiations secretly with DP Ruto's Tangatanga while lying to Kenyans that they will be helping ODM leader Raila Odinga in climbing Mount Kenya.
"Some big shots in Kieleweke are secretly negotiating with tangatanga while lying to us that they will be helping baba to climb Mt Kenya. This town ina ukora mingi sana. Meanwhile my baba folks are just bothered with how baba can help them with their re election. BABA WAKE UP", a statement from. Mohamed Wehliye stated.
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