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A member of Mt. Kenya Foundation (MKF) that met RA member of Mt. Kenya Foundation (MKF) that met Raila Odinga on Tuesday, at Safari Park has caused stir online after emerged with an allegation with how the event was organized.
According to Kenya Tea sector lobby chairperson, Irungu Nyakera, has claim he attended but, barred to comment.
On his Facebook page, learnt by Tuko News, Nyakera alleged a section of the team has already met prior to the meeting.Photo Credit: Tuko News [Screenshot]
“The consultation meeting did not entertain a single question or Comment from attendees. It's therefore evident that the relevant ‘Mt. Kenya functionaries had held a prior meeting’ and attendees were only invited to endorse the minutemen of the meeting,” he posted on his Facebook page, as learnt by Tuko News.
Nyakera also, faulted Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader for having advisor and friends not connected to electorates.
Further, he said, Odinga is potential president but unfortunately those in his circle don't mean good for him.
“I also think Baba is not a bad man. But the people selling him don't mean well for him,” he said.
Raila Odinga on Tuesday, had luncheon with caucus group dubbed Mt. Kenya Foundation.
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