Trade and Industrialisation Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya has said that he will continue holding meetings with his colleagues from different dockets, amid allegations of a plot to eliminate Deputy President (DP) William Ruto.  

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In an interview with Nation, Munya, said reports that President Uhuru Kenyatta warned them against holding meetings such as the one they had at La Mada Hotel are false.

He said that the leaders will continue holding meetings because they are aimed at development and nothing else. 

He also insisted that he has no plot to end the life of the DP as alleged.

"It is total lie and fabrication to say we have stopped our meetings. In fact, we were to meet yesterday (Wednesday) but we had other engagements. We are to meet again next week.

Our meetings continue. We are intensifying them. Nobody has stopped us. We are cascading issues of development to counties and sub-counties to know exact situation on the ground," Munya said as quoted by Nation.

As to whether the alleged assassination plot has interfered with cabinet operations, Munya noted that the cabinet was functioning as usual, and no hitches have been observed so far.

"I can’t tell as we have been working as normal. We are properly coordinated. The President is fully in-charge through the delivery unit and his office.

"The Cabinet committees are functioning. We had a meeting at the Office of the President on Tuesday as usual. The PSs also had their meeting," he told the Nation during the interview.