Mount Kenya Region leaders are not taking anything to chances as far as their unity ahead of the 2022 general elections is concerned.
The region's party leaders have been holding meetings to bring their house, stating that they are working round the clock to ensure they move forward as a bloc.
According to sources who spoke with People's Daily on Wednesday, this weekend the leaders will be having an exclusive meeting that will take place at the Izaak Walton Hotel in Embu.
The report states that according to the invites sent, each political party from the region will be expected to sent at least seven members, and each member will have to pay Sh6,800 for the facilitation of the event.
“Good evening. On 13th September, we will have the Mt. Kenya Forum meeting with political leaders from the region. You together with 9 members from your political party are invited to attend, “the invite statement read in part.
Some of the parties opted to attend the function include Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi. Party of Democratic Unity, Lenny Kivuti's Rebuild and Restore Party, Esau Kioni's Democratic Party.
Others are Mpuru Apuri's National Ordinary People Empowerment Union, (NOPEU), Thuo Mathenge's The New Democrats and the People’s Party of Kenya(PPK).
A reliable source added that the parties might be gearing on for a possible pre-election coalition agreement, and other leaders from the region will be attending.
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