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Kalonzo Musyoka Steps Out With Musalia Mudavadi Despite Stand Off Between Their Political Parties

The former Vice Presidents Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi both of whom are in the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) attended a church service at the Nairobi East SDA on Saturday December 4 amid the ongoing pressure from their camps.

As it is reported, there is no coincidence in politics, and everything that happens in the political space has been planned and ready for execution, a comment that can be used for the two presidential hopefuls, who might be solving the issues that have arisen from their parties.

A section of leaders from Amani National Congress (ANC) that is led by Mudavadi were unhappy with the Wiper boss after he invited their former Nasa co-principal Raila Odinga to his NDC meeting.

This also comes after both Wiper and ANC allies threatened to ditch the two leaders should the OKA coalition derail revealing their flag bearer by December 25th.

In the wake of political events, the two could also be ironing out their issues after allegations that Kalonzo was angling towards Raila's camp, while Mudavadi's camp was angling to Deputy President William Ruto's wing.

It will be a matter of time on whether the claims will be vindicated, or the OKA will be the third force in next year's presidential race.

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