This comes after he met with Irene Njoki, a Jubilee senator running for the Bahati Parliamentary Seat, Lawrence Karanja, a Jubilee senator running for Nakuru, and Susan Kihika, a UDA gubernatorial candidate, sparking a lot of rumors.
As little information has been released, it is unclear what the four discussed. This comes after Ngujiri and Susan Kihika had been at odds for a few days, but their disagreement was resolved during the Nakuru, Kenya, Kwanza tour a week ago.
However, it is not yet clear what these two have been discussing as little has been revealed, this is after Ngujiri and Susan Kihika had a difference in the past few days though, which were disbanded during the first trip to Nakuru Kenya last week.
Irene Njoki did not sleep overnight at Kimani Ngujiri's Bahati race in Parliament after defeating Mizani's by-elections.
However, it was not immediately clear why UDA candidate Tabitha Karanja was not present at the meeting.
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