Deputy President Willam Ruto's top strategist and Pr team leader, Dennis Itumbi has revealed of a supposed meeting to be held on 26th September between Gideon Moi and ODM party leader Raila Odinga in Nanyuki.
These claims comes after reports came out that OKA members were having troubles settling on a preferred candidate. Earlier this week, Gideon Moi hinted at working with Odinga towards the 2022 general elections.
Itumbi now reveals that the ODM-KANU pre-election pact is set to take the centre stage at the meeting. This he claims is ODM'S short cut entry into Jubilee. Itumbi has also revealed that the Mt Kenya Foundation through its chair Titus Ibui, has agreed to meet Odinga on 28th September this month to further talks about a campaign trail in the region.
These meetings he claims are meant to form a strong alliance to beat Dp Ruto's growing claim of Mt Kenya region. What are your thoughts? Do you think Odinga-Moi presidency could work? Share your thoughts through the comments section and remember to like share and follow for more amazing updates. Thank you!
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