ODM leader Raila Odinga is expected to join the Mount Kenya Foundation for a luncheon today where they are expected to address a wide range of issues.
The Mount Kenya Foundation is made up of Billionaire businessmen and top ranking civil servants and the top of the agenda is expected to be the 2022 polls.
However, Hustler Nation Spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has raised eyebrows after his latest remarks revealing the details of the meeting between Raila and the Mount Kenya Foundation.
In his remarks, Itumbi has revealed that the meeting between Raila and the Mount Kenya Foundation consisting of 13 tycoons is expected to fundraise for campaign money for Raila.
"Mt.Kenya Foundation hosts Raila Odinga at SAFARI PARK Hotel to Fundraise for Campaign money and protect their Mega-Businesses. THIRTEEN Tycoons and a few others. Lunch with a few BIG Men," Itumbi said.
Itumbi's remarks have triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed his timeline to pen various thoughts including;
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