Western leaders will on Monday afternoon meet at Wetangula’s home as bid to chase the ever elusive luhya unity gains momentum.
The meeting comes after the aborted coup that attempted to oust Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula which has now been linked to Raila Odinga.
It also comes at the backdrop of last week’s luhya meeting at Atwoli’s home in Kajiado.
The meeting is expected to bring together over 50 elected and political leaders including ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi.
Beside condoling with Wetangula family following the lose of his brother Tony Waswa Wetangula who succumbed to COVID-19, Daily Star has learnt that Luhya unity is top on the agenda.
Wetangula and Mudavadi have reiterated they will not be joining the government — a move that has stalled Raila’s coalition talks with Uhuru Kenyatta.
Sources told Daily Star that Raila Odinga was last night holed up in a meeting with Lugari MP Ayub Savula to scheme how to scuttle the meeting.
Political gatherings and meetings have been going on unabated despite government directive limiting gatherings to 15 people.