Raila Odinga with some of his allies (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
For the past few weeks, Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga and the One Kenya Alliance party leaders have been meeting up with the Mt Kenya Foundation tycoons to discuss on their way forward on the 2022 Presidential elections.
The Mt Kenya Foundation tycoons denied to meet up with other leaders which has led to some slamming and criticising their meetings at 'big hotels'.
Today, Murang’a County Governor Mwangi Wa Iria slammed the these meetings of the tycoons with some of the selected leaders as he claimed that they are not to decide on the Presidency, but Kenyans are the ones to elect their President.
Mwangi Wa Iria went ahead to state that he will never attend to such meetings as his priority will always be Kenyans.
Watch the video of Murang'a County Governor Mwangi Wa Iria slamming the Mt Kenya Foundation tycoons in the link below:
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