ODM party leader Raila Odinga met more than 20 lawmakers in a closed-door meeting on Thursday morning.
Odinga who is on a tour of the Coast region met ODM MCAs hours after he relaunched the BBI reggae that was brought to a sudden stop by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The meeting centered on growth of the party, legislative agenda and their involvement in strengthening devolution.
Odinga landed in Taita Taveta on Wednesday where he held the first public political rally in which he made it clear that the BBI reggae will be back in full swing.
Odinga and his handshake brother, President Uhuru Kenyatta have reportedly resolved to start paving the way for the BBI report and referendum by reaching out to county assemblies in which they have absolute control to be ready to pass the referendum bill once it is sent to the assemblies by IEBC.