Barely days after missing another crucial meeting in Naivasha where the One Kenya Alliance brigade would have officially announced its 2022 Presidential candidate, Amani National Congress Members are now calling for an immediate dissolution of OKA even as close reports indicate that Mudavadi could be headed to Deputy President William Ruto's Hustler Nation.
According to the video clip shared by Citizen Tv Today, it's now emerging that Mudavadi with the heap of his technocrats has proposed that the OKA which was registered Under Kalonzo's Name should be registered and include the four parties now that it's evident that some principals are feeling unequal.At the same time, Amani National Congress Party Leder has today delivered his calculated 2022 general election plan on a sudsy night after announcing that," "I have heard people say I am slowly moving out of OKA, just wait. There is a major announcement that will shake the country, there is no need for doubts."
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