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Kibwana in a consultative meeting with Muturi, Karua and Kituyi

 Muungano presidential candidate and Makueni governor Prof Kivutha Kibwana is currently meeting the National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, Narc-Kenya party leader Martha Karua and former United Nations Conference on Trade and Developmnet ,UNCTAD, Secretary General Dr Mukhisa Kituyi at Wote town, Makueni County. 

Makueni governor Kivutha Kibwana (right) greets National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, former UNCTAD Secretary General Dr Mukhisa Kituyi and Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua (not in the picture) at Wote town in Makueni. Photo/COURTESY

Two of the trio are formidable legal minds with a wealth of experience in their earlier portfolios. They are Mr Kibwana and Ms Karua.  Dr Kituyi was a trade minister during Kibaki administration and the same work was expanded in the UN where he was supervising global trade.

The trio held a consultative meeting at a time where regional political kingpin Kalonzo Musyoka joined Okoa Kenya Alliance (OKA) as a third force to stop Deputy President Dr William Ruto from ascending to presidency.

Dr Kituyi later opened the Makueni PWD Centre in Wote which is aimed at boosting the entrepreneurial skills of persons living with disability as well as their ability to get jobs. 

On her part, Narc-Kenya leader Martha Karua launched an oxygen plant that will produce enough oxygen for all Makueni County hospitals. It is able to produce 288 cubic meters of oxygen.

Leaders at Wote town during the commissioning of an oxygen plant where Ms Martha Karua (in red-dotted dress/partly hidden) commissioned the facility which will boost the war against Covid-19 in Ukambani and beyond. Photo/COURTESY

During this time of Covid-19 disease, oxygen is required in treating critically ill patients. Some counties  have reported Covid deaths due to lack of oxygen.

All the political leaders present witnessed the commissioning of the facilities in the model county which failed to hold an annual governors conference over Covid-19 regulations. It was supposed to be held at Makueni Boys High School.

This was after a last-minute exit of NASA coalition partners who left the party as a shell of its former strong formation.

Other notable OKA leaders are Ford Kenya’s Moses Wetang’ula, Amani National Congress’s Musalia Mudavadi and the independent party’s Gideon Moi who leads Kenya African National union (KANU).


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