Denis Itumbi, the investigative journalist, reveals that there was a meeting which was held at Karen today. The agenda of the meeting was to develop a roadmap on how to popularize Mudavadi's Presidential ambitions.
The meeting was convened by the speaker of the Senate Ken Lusaka at his official residence and it was attended by members of Parliament from the western region though many declined the invite.
It is reported that members of allied to Moses Wetangula's FORD party didn't turn up, raising the eyebrows on the working relationship he has had with Mudavadi. Is he against Mudavadi's Presidential ambitions?.
Denis Itumbi alleges also that Nairobi Metropolitan Services will be financing Mudavadi's Presidential campaigns in the next general elections. Mudavadi will battle it out with Deputy President, Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga for the highly coveted seat.
Who stands a high chance of succeeding President Kenyatta? It is now clear that Mudavadi will not support Raila Odinga's presidency bid.
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