Journalists have been barred from entry to a top-secret meeting in the Bomas of Kenya where a leading Azimio La Umoja One Kenya party is rumored to be holed up.
Nderitu Murithii, the head of the Azimio campaign team, and Raphael Tuju, a former Rarieda member of parliament, are among the top Azimio leaders who are alleged to have attended the meeting.
Top Azimio leaders are currently huddled together in a meeting in the Bomas of Kenya, chaired by Executive Director Raphael Tuju and Head of the Campaign Team Nderitu Murithii. Media people are not allowed inside the building due to strict security measures. It was revealed by The Star Newspaper.
The important meeting happens at the same time as top Azimio leaders are rumored to have traveled to Bomas, Kenya, to meet with Mombasa County Governor Ali Hassan Joho and Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed, who recently won reelection to the Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party.
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