New details have emerged claiming that the Deputy President William Ruto is the one behind the OKA feuds which threatens more divisions as the 2022 general election approaches. This signals a possibility of two-horse race between ODM leader and UDA candidate. This comes as the parties forming the One Kenya Alliance seems to be aligning themselves to either ODM Party or Ruto's UDA party.
As this unfolds, Ayub Savula who is the Amani National Congress deputy party leader and COTU Francis Atwoli have disclosed that UDA party leaders have been meeting with ANC party leaders. According to more details, One Kenya Alliance MPs are said to be having meetings secretly with the Deputy President William Ruto's camp. It has also emerged that DP William Ruto has "bought" some of the OKA MPs to act as UDA agents.
However, Savula claims that Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala is behind the seemingly visible divisions in OKA. Malala is said to have been pushing Musalia Mudavadi to work with the Deputy President William Ruto.
More details allege that the ANC team has been receiving money from the Deputy President William Ruto for wooing ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi to join the United Democratic Alliance party. According to the report, Mudavadi has allegedly been having secret talks and night meetings to push him towards an alliance with the Deputy President William Ruto.
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