The Gideon Moi factor is becoming very interesting. It proves that President Uhuru Kenyatta's game plan is not to support Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi or Kalonzo Muzyoka, but to find a way to position Gideon strategically for a future presidency.
Keeping this in mind, Gideon Moi's political party, KANU has already started to take roots in central Kenya which is President Uhuru Keyatta's home turf.
This is evident as the youth leaders of Kanu have started to popularise the party as they've taken initiative to open an office in the central region.
According to a Kanu senior member, Weston Wanjohi the exercise has been led by Joseph Ndungu Kamau who is a member of team Gideon Moi, who hails from Thika, Kiambu county.
Also apart from opening an office in the region, the youths from the Mt Kenya region, dressed in KANU's traditional color red, flocked in numbers with posters as they urged the residents of the region to register as voters ahead of 2022 general elections.
This comes a week after the Baringo Senator Gideon was endorsed at the National Delegates Conference at Bomas of Kenya, Nairobi to run for presidency.
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