President William ruto on Monday morning held a meeting with Uhuru allied politicians who were recently elected in the just-concluded general election. The team was led by nominated member of parliament from muranga Sabina chege and other members of Parliament.
This is the first encounter that the head of state is having with the same politicians after the deputy president gachagua also held a similar meeting on Friday afternoon with the same politicians.
From the images shared by Dennis itumbi the meeting brought together all members of Parliament that were recently elected by minions under the Jubilee party which is closely affiliated with former prime minister raila odinga and former president Uhuru kenyatta.
The meeting coming just a few hours before raila odinga jets back to the country and holds his first rally in 2023 at kamukunji grounds which will be historic after he revealed he will be revealing a Dossier on what happened in the polls.
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