Jubilee party leader Uhuru Kenyatta is set to unearth details of his bruise fallout with his principal assistant William Ruto despite having fought a joint political race during 2013 and 2017 elections.
Uhuru is expected to host thousands of leaders (Cabinet Secretaries, Principal Secretaries, Former and Serving Governors, MPs, MCAs, Religious Leaders, Cultural Leaders, Women and youth leaders) from Mt Kenya region at Sagana Lounge where they are supposed to draw a common political ground of backing Raila Odinga in the next election.
The Sagana 3 meeting targets to draw over 20,000 representatives from the Central region. The meeting is also expected to roll plans that will counter the outgrowing Kenya Kwanza Alliance specifically in Central region and implement ways of mobilizing Raila Odinga’s presidency.
The resourceful and influential leaders from Mt Kenya East (Meru, Tharaka Nithi and Embu) are set to hold a secret meeting today, Tuesday, before converging tomorrow for Uhuru’s Sagana 3 meeting.
Uhuru will tap details over his fallout with Deputy President William Ruto and explain how the region seeks to benefit from Azimio government after the next election.
“We will be waiting to hear from him, what is it that his deputy did to him, leading to the fallout. People still do not know what caused the fallout. We will also be waiting for him to tell us, what political direction the region should take and how he purports to make it happen. We will also be waiting to hear what the region stands to benefit from Azimio” Gatanga MP Ngugi Nduati said.
The Nominated MP Maina Kamanda, who has been playing a key role in marketing and selling Azimio la Umoja forays across the country, warned Deputy President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza to prepare for an earthquake that might twist the political dynamics in the country ahead of August poll.
“We expect the political dynamics to take a different course after the meeting. They (Kenya Kwanza) will feel the earthquake. Though I can’t pre-empt the president, I am sure the meeting will sway voters from the greater Central Kenya” Maina Kamanda said.