REVEALED: Details of President Kenyatta, Raila’s Alleged Secret Meeting Amid Madaraka Celebrations in Kisumu City

The Hustler Nation Spokesman Dennis Itumbi has spilled the beans on alleged secret meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga at State House on Friday 28 May.

The vocal blogger claimed that the Luo Nyanza leaders convened at the State House and had serious talks with President Kenyatta as he was preparing for the annual Madaraka Day at Kisumu City.

Reports by media houses indicated the Head of State and the opposition sought to push Kenya’s economic development and recovery to greater heights.

Reports further indicate that the two leaders anonymously agreed that the judicial power was trudging in the path of the executive roles and the Siaya Senator Jemes Orengo has been designated to lead the legal team against the Court ruling on BBI in the Court of Appeal.

The coercion of the jury on the Kenya Meat Commission was establish to determine what might happen to President Kenyatta if he writes off the proclamat of the Judiciary.

The reports indicate that the head of state will not hand over the presidential devices of power to his Deputy in the electioneering period irrespective of the presidential results a thing that has shed more light to COTU secretary Francis Atwol’s assertion that 2010 Constitution will undergo mandatory reforms ahead if 2022 general polls.

Atwoli affirmed that the 2010 Constitution of Kenya will endure mandatory reforms before the 2022 general polls despite the constitutionality of the process and the legal proceedings against the process.

According to the Hustler Nation spokesman, Dennis Itumbi the noted points above were the main agendas of the secret meeting between the handshake partners at the State House.

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