Mt Kenya Tycoons have hosted Raila Odinga and the OKA team to hear the agenda they have for mount Kenya residents.
However, they have failed to notify Kenyans who they choose after meeting with those political leaders.
Details now show leader Raila Odinga has already determined where to go for his 2022 running mate.
This is although elections are still 10 months away.
However, this comes when the leader has yet to proclaim his presidential candidacy, despite campaigning around the country.
Allies Kalonzo Musyoka claim that during their conversations with him, they discovered Tinga has already handed the position.
According to them, Raila-Kalonzo reunion discussions have still to be completed.
This is because Raila has chosen that his deputy will be from the Mt Kenya region.
According to Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior, it’s not clear Kalonzo will get if he agrees to unite behind Raila.
“It’s not a matter of them softening their stance. They are, in reality, stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Kalonzo’s status in that planned transaction is still up in the air.
“We have thrown away even the number two seat in the debate that we have heard,” he told The Standard daily.
Makueni MP Dan Maanzo repeated Mutula’s sentiments, admitting that a Raila-Kalonzo alliance is impossible at the moment.
He does, however, believe that the two must work together, failing, will easily lose to Deputy President William Ruto.
“They need to talk right now.” “They must either stick together or William Ruto will be president,” the politician said.
Raila’s running mate in both the 2013 and 2017 elections was Kalonzo, however, the pair lost both times to the Uhuru and Ruto ticket.
In both cases, they challenged the results, claiming manipulation.
The Mt Kenya Tycoons, who provided Raila a list of names of leaders for a running mate, is happy with the latest development.
Former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth, Health CS Mutahi Kagwe, Peter Munya (Agriculture), Laikipia governor Ndiritu Muriithi, and Equity Bank CEO James Mwangi are among them, according to reports.