Opposition leader Raila Odinga held a closed-door meeting with Baringo Senator Gideon Moi on Tuesday.
Raila holds private meeting with Gideon Moi
Reports indicated that the two discussed the progress of the building bridges initiative, the corruption issue as well as the State of the Nation in general.
However, inner details of the meeting were not disclose to the press.
The meeting is said to have lasted for four hours as it was held at a local hotel in Nairobi.
Speculation is rife that the meeting between the two is likely to draw the attention of Deputy President William Ruto’s allies after their repeated remarks lately of a plot to have leaders from political dynasties keep ruling the country.
In 2018, Senator Moi hinted at forging a political pact with Mr Odinga but they have kept the country guessing on what the deal could be about.
Mr Moi also campaigned in one of Mr Odinga's strongholds — Homa Bay County — for two consecutive days.
"Baada ya handshake, Raila na mimi tuko njia moja, ile urafiki ulikuwa na Baba utaendelea, tunapanga njia yenye tutapeleka wananchi ile Canaan Raila alisema," Senator Moi stated.
Kanu officials accompanied Mr Odinga to meet former President Daniel arap Moi.
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