President Uhuru Kenyatta left the country on 4th October for state visits to countries abroad. He made the first stopover at Ethiopia where he witnessed the inaugural ceremony of Ethiopia's new government following the elections which were held in June .
President Uhuru Kenyatta at a past event (photo) .
The president's visits were scheduled to end in the United States of America prior to his return to the country.
However, a popular blogger, Collins Misoi KE alleged that the head of state is expected to meet Baringo county senator Gideon Moi for a closed door meeting in the US. The blogger on the contrary could not account for the details and agenda of the alleged meeting.
This revelation comes barely a month after the declaration of Baringo county senator Gideon Moi as the KANU party flag bearer for the upcoming general election which is scheduled to be held in August next year.
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