OKA Leaders (Photo courtesy )
Mount Kenya leaders are on move to search for the right person who will replace President Uhuru. The Mounts Kenya bigwigs are having sleepless nights as the search for the right person takes a new twist.
Recently, Raila Odinga met with some of the businessmen from the region where he urged them to support his ambitions. A few days later, Musalia Mudavadi, Wetangula, Kalonzo Musyoka, and Gideon Moi met with MKF.
SC Ahmednasir (Photo courtesy)
This is part of their strategies to choose the right person. However, OKA leaders and ODM party leader has dealt a blow after SC Ahmednasir's message.
According to Ahmednasir, is very funny for them to undergo a rigorous set of interviews. SC has also alleged that a group of seven Male who is billionaires is set to grill them before replacing President Uhuru Kenyatta. He has also added that the group is set to protect their wealth.
This will be an uphill for OKA and Raila Odinga, more political drama is expected to be experienced as we approach the next general elections.
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