ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula met in Nairobi amid the ongoing political re-alignments in the country.
The two leaders discussed the Luhya unity, Covid-19 and the economy among other issues.
Mudavadi has stepped up his activities at the Musalia Mudavadi Center where within the past week, he has met with more than 15 political leaders including allies of Deputy President William Ruto
The ANC leader held a three-hour meeting with Wetangula where they pledged to work together for Luhya unity and in the interest of the country.
Present also were MPs Tindi Mwale (Butere) and Aseka Miradi (Khwisero).
Mudavadi and Wetangula did not comment about their discussions but their communication teams said it was about matters of national interest.
Sources said they discussed issues touching on the opposition Nasa.
“The two are our leaders and obviously have to keep on consulting about regional and national matters,” said Mwale.
They also discussed challenges in the sugar sector in Western Kenya and the collapse of the general economy in the region.
Mudavadi is focusing on preparing to vie for presidency in 2022 but he insists that at the moment he is concerned with serious issues affecting Kenyans