Former Interior CS Fred Matiangi has warmed up to Education CS Ezekiel Machogu fueling speculation at home of possible plans to seek help to end his troubles with the President William Ruto administration .
The meeting took place at undisclosed Karen hotel with details kept secret for the better part of day.
The meeting begun 10 Sunday morning and dragged on till 3 in the afternoon.
Later, Machogu described the meeting as a normal leaders meeting.
“There was nothing much, just a normal meeting for leaders,”, he told the Star Sunday night in a text.
The Education CS did not explain why Matiangi attended.
Others who attended include former Kitutu Chache North MP Jimmy Angwenyi and businessman Jared Kangwa.
Also in the meeting was John Simba.
Matiangi is facing summons to appear before the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.
Police have since said they investigating allegations of Publication of False Information contrary to section 23 of the Computer Misuse and Cyber Crimes Act 2018 amongst other offenses in regard to the alleged raid at his home on February
He was released after a four grilling and told to avails himself without fail if need be.
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has also started investigations into the source of his wealth, much of it acquired within the span of the years he served as minister in the President Uhuru Kenyatta administration.
Early, a source privy to the Sunday meeting between between the two played down the agenda of their deliberations.
He said the meeting was purely accidental.
There were no predetermined plans to hold a Gusii leaders as is being speculated, he said .
“That was not a meting perse, they only pumped into each other and say down for coffee, there was nothing unusual,” he told the Star by phone.
Matiangi did not raise anything touching on seeking amnesty from Ruto.
CS Machogu has been vouching for the unity of all Gusii leaders saying it is the only through a united leadership can the community reap the national cake.
During his meeting with Governor Simba Arati, last week, he said the Gusii people stand to benefit more If they back the Ruto government.
The President is scheduled to tour Gusii on 24th and 26th this month.
The three day tour of duty will take him to South Mugirango, Gusii Stadium, Nyamira and later join Machogu in a home coming event at Gesusu.