HNIB celebrated informer Dennis Itumbi, a close associate of the Deputy President William Ruto has delivered unfortunate news to the followers of Raila Odinga.
Itumbi was referring to a meeting that was held by Mt Kenya moguls and renowned politicians and in which Raila Odinga was invited as the chief guest to discuss on how he will be of benefit to the people of Central Kenya if they advocate for his presidency.
According to Itumbi, what the Mt Kenya billionaires are doing is just an interview and claimed that Hon Musalia, Moi, Kalonzo, and Wetangula, all OKA principals will also be interviewed and then a favorite among them will be picked whom they will then declare their support for and recommend him to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
"Mt Kenya billionaires are conducting Presidential candidate interviews on our behalf. They started with Raila and on Friday, they will have Mudavadi, Kalonzo, Weta, and Moi. They will recommend a winner to the President," he claimed.
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