Today, the COTU Secretary General, Francis Atwoli hosted some Jubilee and ODM allies at his home in Ildamat in Kajiado County. The meeting was convened to discuss political alignments ahead of the 2022 race. Some of the leaders who attended the meeting were Hon. James Orengo, Hon. Junet Mohamed, former Nairobi county aspirant Peter Kenneth and Raphael Tuju.
After the meeting James Orengo claimed that the county's political situation is well planned and there should be no alarms to be raised by Kenyans. The political consultave meeting, however, raised debates among the public. Many Kenyans criticized it saying the team is having a meeting at the expense of the many citizens who are badly hit by the economy.
However, Jubilee ally, Aaron Cheruyiot has spoken of his fears on how some of the powerful Jubilee allies may compromise his BBI campaigns. In his statement he said, "My sincere hope is that these brokers do not persuade @orengo_james out of the correct reform path he has taken with regards to BBI.Parliament must not act as a rubber stamp for these charlatans. It must exercise it's sovereign power and do something for posterity."
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