Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has laughed off former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s Wednesday morning meeting with a section of Jubilee Party leaders drawn from Central Kenya.
In a post on his Twitter page, Odinga revealed that he met Central Kenya leaders that include; National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya, MPs; Jude Njomo, Maina Kamanda, Kanini, and Ministry of Gender and Public Service Chief Administrative Secretary Rachael Shebesh.
“Begun the day with a working breakfast meeting in Mombasa with Central Kenya MPs,” Odinga tweeted.
Reacting to the meeting, Kuria suggested that Jubilee Party is on its death bed, adding that the Mombasa meeting was part of its final engagements.
“Final meeting to wind up the Jubilee Funeral Committee,” he posted on Facebook accompanied by photos of Odinga’s meeting.
File image of Gatundu SOuth MP Moses Kuria. [Photo: Courtesy]
While it is not clear what the meeting focused on, it is speculated that the agenda may have been the recent Kiambaa by-election and the BBI push which is awaiting a Court of Appeal ruling.
Meanwhile, Odinga on Tuesday began his tour of the Coastal region with a visit to Tana River and Kilifi Counties where he had a consultative meeting with local ODM leaders.
Odinga’s Coastal tour comes a few days after Deputy President William Ruto also pitched camp in the region. Some analysts have opined that the former Premier is keen on solidifying his support base at the Coast, thus his increased engagements in the region.