The recently formed One Kenya Alliance is currently facing some inconveniences following what is happening. The party has continued showing minimal focus on what they are doing. This happens as it appears that most of the candidates want to run for the presidential seat independently. They are just seeking refuge in OKA from where they lay new strategies on where they would land in preparation for the presentation election face off.
As this happens, betrayal has rocked the party after details leaked that Mudavadi is now planning to pick a running mate from Mt. Kenya. This gives a clear reflection of where he is headed. Mudavadi hinted on picking the running mate from president Uhuru's backyard. The question that triggers mixed reactions is about the positions his partners will hold if they can be allowed to be under him.
Fresh details have revealed that Gideon Moi is also changing minds on backing anyone for presidency. This comes after what happened during his father's (Moi), where Gideon was handed his 'Rungu' showing he is the new leader. This tells that any time soon, there is going to be a major political twist that will leave many in shock.
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