" Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga is expected to meet with the Maasai community leaders alongside Mount Kenya foundation officials at the safari park hotel this afternoon" wrote Jubilee digital strategist Mwangi Chiuri on his official Facebook page.
The digital strategist further said that the leaders will discuss matters of mutual interest among Maasai community and Mount Kenya region. They will also discuss about Raila Odinga presidential bid under Azimio La Umoja movement.
" During the meeting, Mount Kenya people and Maasai people will discuss matters of mutual interest as well as their support for Azimio La Umoja" added Mwangi Chiuri.
The former prime minister hosted several leaders from Maasai community on Monday at his official office in Upperhill. The leaders deliberated on various issues affecting the region and the political landscape in the region.
Kajiado governor Joseph Ole Lenku led the leaders in meeting Raila Odinga. Other leaders present included senator Judith Pareno. The leaders later attended a funeral service in Kajiado county and addressed a mega rally at Ongata Rongai town.
Last year Mount Kenya foundation leaders officially endorsed Raila Odinga presidential bid. They vowed to rally Mount Kenya region residents behind Raila Odinga presidential candidature.
Several Mount Kenya leaders also attended the Mount Kenya foundation luncheon event. The leaders included the region's governors led by chair Francis Kimemia, elected leaders led by Majority leader Amos Kimunya and senators.
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