Kega, who is also an East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) Member-Elect, stated via Nation on Twitter that the action is seen as a unity of purpose when Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi gathers the entire Luhya Community. However, when the leaders of Mount Kenya meet, the action is perceived as a strategy to win over all politicians to President William Ruto's side.
According to Kega, Mt. Kenya holds meetings based on the interests of the people of Central Kenya, much like the Luhya Community does.
The entire Luhya nation was brought by Chief Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi.
Kega asserts that Mt. Kenya, like the Luhya Community, conducts meetings based on the interests of the people of Central Kenya rather than on political considerations.
"Chief Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi brought the entire Luhya nation together, and that was regarded as unity of purpose. But when leaders from the mountain meet, that is perceived with a lot of suspicion. We are not meeting for political reasons, but for the best interests of the people of Mt Kenya," said Kega.
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