Raila Odinga has been meeting with several Mt Kenya region leaders with the hopes of getting support from them to boost his 2022 Presidential ambitions.
The meetings have been fruitful as some crucial details have been revealed, with the most important being on demands the Mt Kenya region leaders will have to any Presidential hopeful.
"It was a deliberation meeting after Raila met with Mt Kenya business peoples. He wanted to engage with the elected leaders. The meeting was very good. We discussed how to work together."
"We are open to all presidential hopefuls. We are not blocking anyone from the region. We are engaging all who have shown interest. We want a guarantee and assurance that the projects initiated by the President will continue uninterrupted." Sabina Chege concluded.
This comes as a major blow to Raila Odinga and his allies as it means that they are willing to listen to any ambitious Presidential hopeful and maybe support them.
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