Raila Odinga yesterday held a consultative meeting with Mt Kenya tycoons as part of his 7 days tour to the region.The ODM leader is making inroads to the region which is highly targeted by all presidential suitors due to its large number of voters which have a greater influence on who ascends to hold the country's leadership mantle .
The high profile meeting was held at city Hotel . In attendance were several Mt Kenya billionares including the media mogul SK Macharia. These billionaires have been known to be sponsoring campaigns of presidential candidates of their choice in the past .
However , an attendee who regarded himself as a fence sitter has exposed details of what was discussed during the meeting. Irungu Nyakera who is a popular blogger alleges that the agenda of the meeting had been discussed elsewhere prior to yesterday's event
He further laments that only one woman was allowed to speak during the event where the youth were not represented also .
Here are some of the reactions to this blogger's post on Facebook.
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