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Public Service Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria has sensationally claimed that the Limuru III meeting is being funded by a prominent politician.

In a statement on Thursday, May 16, Kuria alleged that the leader, who he claimed was previously in provincial administration, had given instructions that he would not fund the meeting if the CS would attend.

“I am aware that a very senior and powerful personality with prior experience in provincial administration is financing Limuru 3 and he has given instructions to Kioni that if I attend he will not finance,” CS Kuria posted on X.

The CS further claimed that Jubilee Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni had informed him that he was not welcome to attend the meeting which is scheduled for Friday, May 17.


Kuria, however, said that he would not be attending the meeting even as he urged locals in his community to keep off the event.

“Limuru is a sacred and revered community event and I would not want any sort of confrontation there. Accordingly I will not be participating in Limuru 3 and I wish to urge all community members to keep off until the meeting is properly convened by competent community structures,” Kuria remarked.

In a press briefing on Wednesday, Kioni claimed that the voice of Mount Kenya had been lost and that the Limuru III meeting was the beginning of their revolution against the Kenya Kwanza government.

“We are starting our revolution on Friday and it is part of our home-grown solutions to the high cost of living,” Kioni remarked.

Former Laikipia Governor Nderitu Muriithi on his part said that they had begun issuing accreditation to the attendees claiming that some people had already started inviting themselves to the meeting.


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