In the meeting the team of mt Kenya foundations shows their support for the former prime minister presidential ambition to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta .
In next week Friday ,team one Kenya alliance which include ,Musalia mudavadi ,Kalonzo musyoka ,moses wetangula and Gideon moi are set to meet the Mt Kenya foundation and discuss on some political matters.
According to the meeting its revealed that ,the one Kenya alliance are set to be urged to support Raila presidential bid ,but kalonzo team has issue this statement to the my Kenya foundation ahead of the meeting .Speaking with the star phone Kenya Makueni MP Daniel Maanzo stated that the team will have an irreducible minimum as they meet the group, that they will woo Raila to retreat, join hands with the OKA team and support on of them.
"We are telling Raila to keep his promise [previously agreeing to back one of the principals if he won the presidency in 2017]. We will not back down, it is upon Raila to back us and not change even after the Friday meeting."
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