Today,the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) held a meeting with the Mount Kenya Foundation leaders where they were told to freely campaign in the region.The stallholders also added that Raila Odinga was free to do his campaigns in the region.
The mount Kenya Foundation leaders were not clear if they will back them up and support them ahead of 2022 general elections.
However, a new twist emerged,as the Mount Kenya Foundation Vice-Chairman, Titus Ibui issued a tough warning to them team. In his remarks Mr. Ibui stated that the One Kenya Alliance should respect their president, Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta and stop throwing insults at him. He said that if they do not respect him and continue calling him names then the Mount Kenya region will not give them their support . He added that Uhuru to them is more than a leader. That he is their 'Muthamaki' and that it will be best if they gave him the respect he deserves.
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