Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party Director of communication, Philip Etale, has reacted following yesterday's closed meeting between One Kenya Alliance (OKA) leaders where they were discussing about 2022 general election.
Unlike previous details indicating that those leaders agreed to withdraw their parties from NASA and Jubilee but only disagreed on whom to support in the coming general election, Etale claims they disagreed on everything that was discussed as each one of them wanted to be the Coalition's boss."A little bird says to me, OKA leaders disagreed on everything that was presented before them," said Etale. "Each one of them wants to be the Boss. That it won't hold because the main financier is tired of carrying the baggage on his back," he added.
It's believed that the main financier said by Etale is Baringo senator Gideon Moi who seems to be financially stable as compared to other principles. What's your view on this? Leave your comment and share this article with your friends.
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