Details of Uhuru’s Highly Guarded Secret Meeting in Nakuru

On January 14, President Uhuru Kenyatta chaired a closed door meeting at his Gicheha Farm in Nakuru County.

The meeting that brought together political and business moguls from Nakuru County was held after the president had issued title deeds to a section residents.

Just days after the meeting was held details of the intimate four hours with the head of state have been revealed.

Uhuru during issuance of title deeds in Nakuru

A source disclosed to the Standard Newspaper that Uhuru outlined his major plans that will no longer accommodate traitors who have been rebel members if his Jubilee Party.

In the meeting, the president resolved that it will be business unusual for the rebel MPs.

An elder who attended the meeting told the Standard Newspaper that Uhuru was tired of waking up to political troops transversing the country with 2022 succession debates.

The elder further stated that he told them not to be surprised when some local leaders are left out of his meetings.

Nakuru legislators locked out of presidential function.

The heavily guarded meeting was convened after local legislators allied to Deputy President William Ruto were locked out of a presidential function held at Nakuru county.

Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika and Nakuru Town East MP David Gikaria were denied access to the venue.

The disadvantaged leaders raised concerns on why the president locked them out of a state function that was held in their jurisdictions.

It is not the first time Kihika is excluded from the presidential convoy.

Last year Kihika was assaulted by a presidential guard in a bid to prevent her from accessing the president during a function in Nakuru.

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