Hours before he went to Kajiado, Deputy President William Ruto is reported to have met with 11 governors who are supporting his presidential bid.
According to photos shared online, Ruto had a closed-door meeting with the governors as he looks forward to securing full support from their regions.
Among the governors that met Ruto includes; Stephen Sang (Nandi) Jackson Mandago (Uasin Gishu) Paul Chepkwony (Kericho) Josphat Nanok (Turkana) Hillary Barchok (Bomet) Anne Waiguru (Kirinyaga) Mutahi Kahiga (Nyeri) Sternly Kiptis (Baringo) among others.
And while the governors were meeting Ruto, his allied MPs were also busy at the Hustlers mansion in Karen preparing to attend Musalia Mudavadi's NDC meeting at Bomas of Kenya.
According to Ruto's Digital journalist GK Malema, the leaders who included MPs Ndindi Nyoro, Aisha Jumwa, Senator Susan Kihika, Oscar Sudi, Cate Waruguru, Wamuchomba, Nelson Havi among others, were all set to storm the Bomas of Kenya meeting
It is not clear whether Ruto will attend the meeting, with Musalia Mudavadi already arrived at the venue. However, no other OKA leader has been spotted at the venue, with reports claiming they were not invited
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