The tentative approach for the next general election is consequently formulated by the key individual aspirants who feels they have a lot in terms of good leadership to offer for this country.
However, the journey of a thousand miles that begun by one step is all over sudden taking another turn within the One Kenya Alliance, as looming betrayal of the highest order is quickly taking shape.
Nonetheless, some of the OKA principals are pointing at the accusing fingers on Amani National Congress party leaders hon Musalia Mudavadi and Cleophas Malala, for behind bars talks with deputy William Ruto, in which they went a head alleging that the leaders have been engaging in a night talks with Dp Ruto.
The allegations that were quickly dismissed by the ANC party leader as he elucidate that those are just baseless claims.
This happens a day just after the Wipere party leader hon Kalonzo Musyoka warned Cleophas Malala against his constant attack to Raila Odinga, the verge he claimed will create tension and disunity in the country.
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