Dennis Itumbi has leaked the details of meeting of Kieleweke faction of jubilee party. According to Itumbi the members who attended the meeting are so much worried especially after president Uhuru Kenyatta cancelled much anticipated National Delegate Conference that was to be held on Tuesday November 30, 2021.
The source further reveals that legislators led by Murang'a Women Representative b Sabina Change Wondered whether there could be intelligence that had shown president that Kieleweke members of parliament may not be reelected. The legislators also want more money to be given to them for party activities.
The source also reveals that Kieleweke members of parliament have been receiving Ksh 20,000 for fuel when they attend weekly Thursday morning breakfast meeting. The now want amount to be raised to ksh 100,000. The source further reveals that it was agree that those that will be attending Raila's function in Nyeri will each receive Ksh 50,000 per day and Ksh 100,000 for those who will be there for two days.
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