Citizen TV Senior Journalist, Linus Kaikai has predicted Mt. Kenya Tycoons' next move after they met OKA Leaders today together with Martha Karua. The Mount Kenya Foundation comprises of influential business men and women from Mt. Kenya who who have interest in the general elections of the country.
Their meeting with OKA Leaders has happened one week after they met hosted ODM Party Leader, Raila Odinga at Safari Park hotel, Nairobi. OKA Leaders reinstated their commitment in working with Mr. Kenya business community to better the lives of the local communites.
@citizentvkenya The Safari Park ‘Ruracio’ |
Linus Kaikai: In the end, when the race takes shape, there will be a Limuru 3 where the Mt Kenya region will come together and take a stand on the direction to take…The question is whether everybody will follow the direction given
Linus Kaikai has now claimed that there will be a final political meeting in Limuru where the business community from the Mountain will decide on the main candidate to run for the top seat. He has however cast doubt whether everybody will follow the direction given by the business community.
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