Uhuru turns to Moi, Biwott for advice in State House meeting
Sources close to the meeting said that former minister Nicholas Biwott, also attended the consultative meeting.
Efforts to confirm the details of the meeting from State House were fruitless, but sources acknowledged that the meeting took place.
“It was routine consultations,” said the source.
SHORE UP SUPPORT
The meeting took place between 10.30 am and 11.30 am and focused on how to shore up support for the Jubilee administration.
President Kenyatta had been scheduled to open the African Travel Association 40th Annual World Congress at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre but did not do so.
Jubilee administration is under pressure to act on corruption, with the latest focus on Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru for questionable expenditure.
She was grilled for hours by the anti corruption commission at their offices in Nairobi.