President William Ruto today was accompanied by his deputy Rigathi Gachagua and other Kenya Kwanza leaders in a Sunday Church service.
Speaking to the congregation, Mbarire castigated Azimio One Kenya plan to hold a rally in Nairobi.
She unleashed a secret about a meeting which recently took place in Mombasa county. The governor promised to name those who attended that meeting adding that they are the one's financing Raila Odinga.
Details of the alleged meeting are yet to be known on whether some Kenya Kwanza allies were involved or not.
She however promised to make it public if president Ruto fears to name them.
Mr Odinga has in the recent past been blowing hot and cold over his stand on Dr Ruto’s presidency.
On one hand, he has instructed governors and other elected leaders in his political bastions to work with the government.
On the other, he announced plans to stage nationwide anti-government public engagements, which are to resume tomorrow, the day he arrives from South Africa.
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