KANU Chairman Hon Gideon Moi has officially launched his presidential bid today at Bomas of Kenya in an event attended by various politicians across the divide.
Amani National Congress Party Leader Hon Musalia W Mudavadi is one of the leaders who attended the launch of Moi’s endorsement as the party’s presidential candidate.
Mudavadi has sent a message to the KANU Chairman on his endorsement , telling him that makes him an equal partner in the One Kenya Alliance, a move which makes OKA a formidable force to reckon with in the 2022 general election.
“Congratulations my brother and welcome to the family of endorsed presidential candidates. After this moment, you like the rest of us in OKA is equal. At OKA we are a fully constituted Quadruplet team now. We can now do the 4x400 metres relay,” Mudavadi said.
Mudavadi has added that OKA principals will continue to work together because KANU’s aspirations are similar to those of the ANC party and therefore they are destined for a political relationship.
The event was also attended by Former Prime minister Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka, Moses Wetangula among other leaders including Jubilee party MPs.
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