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"Kalonzo, Mudavadi & Gideon Won't be on The Ballot" Manyora Makes a U-turn as he Speaks About 2022

Political Analyst Herman Manyora has alleged that the One Kenya Alliance co-principals who have announced their presidential interests in the coming general elections will not be on the ballot.

Manyora argued that the body language portrayed by the leaders Musalia Mudavadi (ANC), Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper) and Gideon Moi (Kanu) during Thursday's Kanu's endorsement of the Baringo Senator as the party's flag bearer as a true conviction that they will unite and support the ODM leader Raila Odinga.

The University of Nairobi (UON) lecturer who had in the past claimed that Mudavadi and Kalonzo would be on the ballot, made a U-turn alluding that the leaders do not see a future in OKA, and for them to remain politically relevant, they must back up the former Prime Minister.

"It is either these fellows have accepted to back up Raila, or President Uhuru Kenyatta has stopped push for their unity. The leaders are working to manage their followers, and it is likely that they are giving Kenyatta a blue print on what they have for the presidency. If you look at what is going on, it is no doubt that Raila is poised to take after the president in 2022," said Manyora.

The political strategist added that it will not take long before OKA team publicly announce to abandon their presidential bids for Raila.

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