Inside the final minutes of Uhuru’s closed-door meeting in Sagana as lawmakers pour [Photos]

Details have emerged of the last minute’s preparations ahead of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s crucial meeting at the Sagana State lodge in Nyeri County today.

The President is expected to undertake a 4-days working tour of the Mt Kenya region to address a number of key issues of national and regional concern as had been outlined in his itinerary.

Among those expected to be in attendance at the closed-door meeting are the lawmakers drawn from the various county assemblies of the central region, and the County governors.

Others also invited for the meeting are the members of the 49 legislators from the greater Mt Kenya region shared by the Gatundu South legislator Moses Kuria on his Social media account hours ago.

The head of state is to talk on among others,  be in consultation with all invited leaders on issues of development in the central region, which is scheduled to take place tomorrow January 30, 2021.

Uhuru is also expected to touch on matters s education since the return to the school calendar was out and is currently being implemented, and to also talk about the increasing cases of Arson in Schools across the Country.

He is also to give guidelines on how the government is committed to ensuring that learning continues uninterrupted throughout the Country.

He is also expected to inspect a number of completed and ongoing government projects in the region and meet the people’s visits.

The President is also expected to explain the BBI and its bearing on his legacy and how it affects the region while drumming support for it. 

Reports further indicate that President Kenyatta plans to use the talks to consolidate his strategy to restore his grip on his political base, in his final times at the helm of leadership.

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    Written by Fred Orido




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