The current Nairobi senator honorable Sakaja who is eyeing the governatorial seat of the same county took political side, by standing with his former party leader who is the former vice president honorable Musalia Mudavadi of the Amani National Congress party.
The senator declared his stand in contesting for the top county seat come August this year under the UDA ticket, with UDA being under the umbrella of the Kenya Kwanza whose flagbearer Is the current deputy president honorable William Ruto among other principals including, senator for Bungoma honorable Moses Masika Wetangula of Ford Kenya party.
The coalition in which the Senator belong will likely to face the Raila's side in the coming poll, Mr. Sakaja has stated that Raila is like his father and he respect him very much, the honorable member went on and stated that of all the politicians within this state it is only Mr. Odinga who have attended a birth day party organised in his homestead for a son. He ended by explaining Raila has written history within the state that can not be erased.
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