Former Interior CS Fred Matiang'i and Education CS Ezekiel Machogu on Sunday met at an undisclosed hotel in Karen.
However, details of the meeting were not disclosed even as speculations are rife that President William Ruto is expected to tour Kisii region where the two leaders hail from.
Speaking to the Star on Sunday night, Machogu described the meeting as normal leaders meeting.
"There was nothing much, just a normal leaders meeting," he said in a text message.
Others who attended include former Kitutu Chache North MP Jimmy Angwenyi, businessman Jared Kangwa and John Simba.
Early, a source privy to the meeting said the meeting was purely accidental.
He said there were no predetermined plans to hold the Gusii leaders meeting as is being speculated.
"That was not a meeting, they only bumped into each other and sat down for coffee, there was nothing unusual," he told the Star by phone.
"Matiang'i did not raise anything touching on seeking amnesty from Ruto."
Machogu has been vouching for the unity of all Gusii leaders, saying that 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 expected to tour Gusii on the 24 and 26 of this month.
The three-day tour of duty will take him to South Mugirango, Gusii Stadium in Nyamira and later join Machogu in a homecoming event at Gesusu.