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Ndii Makes Wild Observation, Predicts Powerful Post Muhoho Might Hold in Raila's 2022 Government

Controversial economist David Ndii has told Kenyans not to be surprised should ODM leader Raila Odinga and Baringo senator Gideon Moi end up in the same camp in the run up to the 2022 elections.

Currently, the two are on different camps; Raila being alone and Moi having led his KANU party into the One Kenya Alliance which also has three more outfits.

But Ndii says that the two might be working on an agreement, observing that Moi might have already realized that his alliance, which has been nicknamed the 'cerelac coalition', is headed nowhere.

He argues that the team might also include President Uhuru Kenyatta's brother Muhoho Kenyatta, who might end up in government as the Prime Minister should the executive expansion suggestion sail through.

"Penny finally dropping that there is no honour among thieves, can’t trust any but your own and #cerelaccoalition haiwesmake  L to R: running mate, flag bearer, PM designate," he says in a tweet.

The three on Tuesday met when Raila hosted the duo at his Karen home in Nairobi. Moi said that they went to check on him, considering that he has been recovering after being diagnosed with Covid-19.

Ndii's remark, however, remains merely an opinion, considering that Raila and Moi are currently in different camps. Muhoho, on the other hand, has shown no interest in active politics so far.

The other members of the One Kenya Alliance are the Kalonzo Musyoka-led Wiper Party, Moses Wetangula's Ford Kenya and the Amani National Congress (ANC) under former Vice President Musalia Mudavadi.

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