Where he(Gideon Moi) is meeting hundreds of delegates, leaders drawn from Mombasa county for consultative talks with them.
The delegates as seen in photos shared online via KANU's party official Facebook page. The delegates stormed the event donning in KANU red regalias in large numbers.
Photo: KANU delegates drawn from Nyali in a meeting with Sen. Gideon Moi
Nyali being led by Hon. Mohammed Ali is perceived to be now DP Ruto's political camp. Given that the member of parliament seems to have joined DP Ruto's political camp will help in mobilizing locals to rally behind DP Ruto's presidential bid.
Even as Raila Odinga continues to make inroads into the coastal region, for a long time. The coastal region has always rallied behind him.
Though of late, things have been going south, with a section of leaders ditching him to pursue other alternative political courses.
But today, Baringo Senator, Gideon Moi cum KANU's party leader was available with hundreds of delegates.
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