One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principles Musalia Mudavadi(ANC), Moses Wetangula of Ford Kenya, Gideon Moi (KANU) and Kalonzo Musyoka wiper party leader have to dealt a blow after their planned meeting with business tycoons from the vote rich region or rather Mount Kenya was cancelled.
The leaders were to meet today at Safari park hotel with Mount Kenya Foundation tycoons to chart on the region's economic future. This comes just days after they met Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party and former Prime Minister Right Honourable Raila Amollo Odinga and pledged to support him in the upcoming poll.
The tycoons who have been playing a major role in every election as they help solicit funds to support presidential candidate from the region.
According to a reliable source (people Daily Digital), the team cancelled the meeting based on mutual agreement. The meeting was supposed to interview prospective candidates ahead of the August General Election.
The source also confirmed or verified that the team won't interview the Chief of hustlers nation Deputy President William Ruto.
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