The meeting was aimed at trying to ensure that they come up with a way forward in terms of mobilising support for the ruling party which has been relaunched.
Mutahi Kagwe attended the meeting in his capacity as a top leader from the area having served as the Mukurweini constituency Member of Parliament and also a top Nyeri politician.
Others present include the former Nyeri county woman representative Honourable Priscilla Nyokabi Kanyua who is aiming at becoming the next Nyeri county senator through President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party.
Kieni Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Kanini Kega has shared photos of the meeting which took place at an undisclosed location within Nyeri county on Saturday morning.
"Nyeri is a Jubilee zone! Today marks a major milestone as we launched Jubilee Mashinani cells which will traverse all corners of our great county and ensure we secure most seats and Baba the 5th is elected President."Kanini Kega.
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