Former Statehouse digital director Denis Itumbi who Deputy President William Ruto's ally and the head of Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) has revealed unusual behavior that was witnessed in today's unity meeting by Kieleweke leaders from Mount Kenya.
In a meeting which was held in KEMU, Meru County, and attended by top mount Kenya leaders including Agriculture CS Peter Munya and Kirinyaga governor Hon Ann Waiguru, a number of residents who were lucky to attend are seen seriously sleeping even with the hot weather.
According to Itumbi, most of those who attended are not interested with Kieleweke's agenda and they opted to sleep instead of being attentive.
Kieleweke leaders are planning to unite and also unite the residents ahead of the coming general election so as to easily triumph against deputy president William Ruto who has penetrated into the region.This unity meeting just comes few days after TangaTanga canditate emerged a winner in Kiambaa by-election but with few votes ahead of Jubilee canditate. Majority of Kieleweke leaders now claims that they have known what to do in order to take mount Kenya votes from the hands of Ruto and this might be one of their strategies. Share this article with your friends and remember to follow us for more updates.
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