Gideon Moi's KANU has addressed reports that has gone viral on social media pages, the statement purportedly from the Baringo Senator revealed that the One Kenya Alliance Coalition had parted ways with Musalia Mudavadi after he invited deputy president William Ruto to his national delegates conference at the Bomas of Kenya.
The statement explained that OKA was now considering other outfits as Mudavadi's newfound friends are not their friends and that they are not safe with them.
However, while reacting to the statement that has gone viral, KANU party clarified that the news are Fake. This confirms that the statement did not come from Gideon.
Earlier on the reports were that the statement came from the One Kenya Alliance Coalitions spokesperson Frederick Okango.
The statement followed the move by Kalonzo, Gideon and Wanjigi stormed out of the Bomas of Kenya after realising that Ruto and allies were on their way to the venue
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