Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has yet again had a meeting with another ODM governor.
The Former ANC leader on Friday divulged that he held talks with the Kakamega county governor Fernandes Barasa during which they discusses matters of development.
According to the ANC boss, the meeting centred on how the national government can play a role in bettering the development of the devolved units.
"Today, I engaged the Kakamega Governor, H.E FCPA Fernandes Barasa OGW on matters of development and how best the two levels of government can engage for the benefit of the great people of Kakamega," he said.
"The Government will actively and positively engage with all the devolved units to ensure development is accelerated at the county level. No county will be left out in our engagement. We are all Kenyans and a united country is our call."
The Prime CS further stated that such meetings will be held with other governors across the country.
It is not clear why he began meeting with Governors from the ODM party and again from his Western Kenya region.
His NAC party only got one governor seat in the August elections and this is the current Lamu county boss Issa Timamy.
Whether Mudavadi is consolidating his Western region in preparation for his political future is a matter of time will tell.