Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga held a strategy meeting at Cotu boss Francis Atwoli's home in Kilifi County.
A source who spoke to Kenyans.co.ke, revealed that the ODM leader invited an ensemble of leaders from the coastal region for the strategy meeting on Tuesday, July 20.
Those present were Jubilee Vice Chairperson David Murathe, Suna East MP Junet Mohammed, Mvita MP Abdulswamad Shariff and Mombasa Gubernatorial hopeful Suleiman Shabal.
Others present included MP Caleb Amisi and Murathe's son Davidson Wakairu. The meeting comes on the same day when ODM's partners in NASA pledged their allegiance to a new political outfit the One Kenya Alliance.
Kanu led by Gideon Moi also announced that it would pull out of a coalition with Jubilee Party to focus on OKA.
Jubilee party vice chairman David Murathe is under siege as legislators called for accountability after the loss in Kiambaa.
The leaders also discussed BBI politics in the meeting, discussing the way forward if the court made a decision against their case.
Earlier today Odinga hinted at having an alternative plan should the Court of Appeal uphold the High Court ruling that nullified the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
The ODM leader announced that the team was already contemplating and analysing a different approach to enacting the initiative.
The former Prime Minister spoke at the burial of Devolution Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Gideon Mung’aro’s uncle - Mzee Japhet Mung'aro - in Malindi on Tuesday, July 20.
"Should the courts dismiss the BBI appeal, we have an alternative route to effecting the constitutional reforms," Odinga stated.