Last evening, Dennis Itumbi revealed that President Uhuru is planning a meeting at State House which will host all leaders from the Mt Kenya region. Any elected leader from Mt Kenya is welcomed to the meeting.
Although the main agendas of the meeting have not been given, speculations have it that one thing that Uhuru wants to talk about is how to lower his Deputy's chances of succeeding him. After the revelation was made public, Dennis Ole Itumbi, the former communications boss of DP Ruto responded in a manner if criticism.
Itumbi on twitter said that while the president will be hosting his meeting at State House, the Hustler Nation will be busy campaigning in Gatundu South, Moses Kuria's home area. The blogger further said that the meeting will only be a session to take pictures, an insinuation that Uhuru will not be telling anything important.
"As the President summons leaders from Mt.Kenya to State House on Friday, for a picture, yes a pic. Think about it what else can he do in FOUR months? #HustlerNation will be in Gatundu South, interacting with the PEOPLE in their homes, villages and markets," Itumbi said.
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