In a post shared by Dennis Itumbi on his Facebook and Twitter account, he notified that the said alliance would be having a media briefing. Later he gave an update that the same event has been called off by the principals.
However, according to the developing news that we are getting, the principals have cancelled their media invite.
The presidential hopeful fellows have not disclosed the reason behind their cancelling of the most waited event.
Cerelac Alliance media invite was coming few days after winning in Machakos County senatorial by-election by 67% of total votes cast.
According to the rumoured news from secret sources, the Cerelac alliance was to give its next move towards the next general elections.
Recently, Kimilili MP had called for a media briefing where he announced that he was taking four months break from national politics to put his effort into unifying the Mulembe nation ahead of elections.
Finally, what are your thoughts on cereals alliance cancelling the media briefing? Please share your ideas in the comment section below.
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