Mt Kenya Foundation Vice Chairman Titus Ibue has spoken out after a successful Thursday meeting with the One Kenya Alliance informing that they plan to block DP Ruto from being part of President Uhuru's succession disclosing the reason.
Mr. Ibue has said that as the Mt Kenya Foundation they are planning a mega meeting that will be held in Limuru dubbed "Limuru 3" and whose agenda will be to evaluate who is the best leader to succeed President Uhuru and yo receive the support of the vote rich bloc.
The Mt Kenya foundation official has said that they will weigh the candidates and their choice will be declared at a meeting to be dubbed Limuru Three although it’s clear that the DP will not be part of their considerations.
Mr. Titus Ibue has said that DP Ruto has failed their test through his and his allies' continued onslaught against President Uhuru informing them to respect the President who tried to unite them with Raila in vain.
“You must be wondering what will happen after this. We will interrogate and converge at Limuru Three and a decision will be made on who the community will support. What we want to ask you as the OKA team is that you must respect our President. If you call him names, we will not be with you. You must realize that,” he said.
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