Mt Kenya Meeting Ends in Disarray as Moses Kuria Storms Out; Uhuru Summons Former Nasa Leaders Again & We Will Respect Court of Appeal Ruling on BBI

Good morning Kenyans.

We are halfway through the week that has seen the political tension in the country spike to a new level.

The political scene in the country is like a circus show that never disappoints.

Drama ensued at a Mt Kenya leaders meeting after Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria walked out of the function.

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria during a past public address

Details emerged that Kuria had tried to turn the forum into a Tangatanga event.

The controversial MP  during a presser after the meeting affirmed that he was in Tangatanga to stay, a move that irked other politicians present.

Further information revealed that the Central Kenya leaders noted that the Kuria matter would be resolved in their next meeting.

This brings up the big question, will Mt Kenya stand united and one voice ahead of the 2022 General Elections?

These are the news making headline on Opera News App today:

President Summons Former Nasa Leaders to Mombasa with the Hope of Crafting an Alliance

Former National Super Alliance (Nasa) leaders trooped to Mombasa yesterday evening for talks with President Uhuru Kenyatta shortly after holding separate meetings in Nakuru county where they punctuated their speeches with high-octane mind games.

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We Will Respect Court of Appeal Ruling on BBI – Raila

The highly anticipated BBI judgment will be delivered by seven judges in open court on Friday this week. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, only 16 lawyers will be allowed in the court while the rest will follow proceedings online.

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Mt Kenya Meeting Ends in Disarray, Kuria Storms Out

A meeting to forge Mt Kenya unity ended in disarray after Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria declared at a press conference that he is in Tangatanga to stay.

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Jubilee party  finally made a decision on working with ODM party.

Reports alleged that officials of the ruling party decided to unite with the Raila Odinga led one after assessing the political situation in the country.

Additional information revealed that other parties were being considered by the President Uhuru Kenyatta led outfit, before they arrived at their decision.

This leaves one wondering, will the Jubilee-ODM union work?

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