Politics is a game plan, and to win anyone must have a solid strategy. Nick Salat just joined the Kenya Kwanza government after leaving the Azimio One Kenya coalition.
At a church service yesterday that other government officials attended, President William Ruto welcomed the former secretary general of the Kenya African National Union party (KANU).
Following the dismissal of Azimio, political analyst Herman Manyora this morning claimed that Nick Salat and KANU chairman Gideon Moi had trouble getting along because Salat had a quicker approach to politics than Gideon, making it exceedingly difficult for them to collaborate.
The comments were made by Manyora this morning during a live interview with Olive Burrows on NTV television. Dr. Sam Mbutu, James Mamboleo, and Charles Munyui were among the other guests NTV hosted this morning for an interview.
In conclusion, Salat's choice to dump Azimio comes after the KANU party suspended him for his behavior leading up to and during the August 9th elections last year.
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