COTU-K Secretary General Francis Atwoli, a vocal opponent of President Ruto prior to the elections, was present as President William Ruto met with Luhya leaders at State House in Nairobi on Thursday.
Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi, National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula, Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale, and Cleophas Malala were also on the delegation.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua was also present.
Last week, Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi held a consultative breakfast meeting with Members of the National Assembly and Senators from the Western region, demonstrating the Luhya community’s unity.
The coalitions Azimio and Kenya Kwanza were present at the meeting.
In a post on his social media platforms, Mudavadi stated that they discussed and agreed on leaders’ unity of purpose as well as the sharing of national resources for the region’s social-economic development.