The memorial service of the late President Daniel Moi in his Kabarak home brought together leaders believed to have a blessing of President Uhuru Kenyatta to take over from him.
The leaders were Gideon Moi, Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula and Alonzo Musyoka.
On Tuesday the team took their campaigns Kabuchai to support ANC candidate for parliamentary seat plus drumming up support for BBI Bill.
It is hinted that the plan is to have Musalia Mudavadi at the top with the rest among them Peter Kenneth sharing the senior positions in government.
While addressing Central residents, President Uhuru Kenyatta recently said, it was time for other communities to take over the country’s leadership from Kalenjins and Kikuyus.
The President is not comfortable with his Deputy William Ruto who have in many instances brushed shoulders.
With history, it will need miracles for him upon his retirement to endorse ODM leader Raila Odinga.
According to analysts, Uhuru just wants to put in place laws and policies favouring his backyard then hand power to leaders who are soft, and who will protect his interests.
In BBI, Mt. Kenya is set to benefit from the creation of new constituencies which translates to more money and governnment servives closer.
While it uphill task is facing the team believed to be untainted is to sell their ideologies to the rest of the county, the risk is that if Raila Odinga is ditched after BBI is passed, he might out of anger team up Ruto.