Kalonzo Musyoka and President Uhuru Kenyatta during the previous event
Political leaders are organizing themselves for the next generation election. Many have put in place strong strategies that will enable them win different seats that they are yearning for. As Uhuru Kenyatta prepares to retire next year, his seat has attracted many leaders across the Country.
The key political leaders who are aiming at replacing the President are Raila Odinga, DP Ruto and the four principals of One Kenya Alliance. The OKA leaders today have converged in Safari Park hotel to launch their move. All the four principals were present during the event and other politicians from different Counties.
During the speech, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka challenged President Uhuru to support him. This is after he revealed that he played a key role in 2007 for Kenyatta to become the deputy prime minister.
"It was me who convinced Kibaki to appoint Uhuru as a deputy prime minister and Minister for Trade"- Kalonzo Musyoka said during a luncheon for OKA principals.
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