Former Molo member of the National Assembly Mungai on Tuesday invited at the Serena Hotel for Raila's meeting with Mt Kenya businessmen. In the event that hosted Mt Kenya billionaires, leaders and philanthropic persons was left in awe after the former Molo MP Mungai revealed that there was a plan to impeach president Uhuru Kenyatta in his second term.
Mungai though not balantly, insinuated that Uhuru's second in command was the real orchestrator of the impeachment motion against president Uhuru Kenyatta. However, president Uhuru Kenyatta got wind of the ill motive scenario and quickly rushed to get the handshake with Raila Odinga. Even though this allegations haven't been substantiated, Kenyans have been left puzzled wondering if this could be the main reason between the fallout between president Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto.
The event allowed also small business owners to air their plight to Raila Odinga. Bodaboda chairman from Mt Kenya region also got a chance to air the plights and grivancies of the bodaboda riders in the country.
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