It is very clear that Kenyan political season is taking another different angle as days tend to approach the August of 2022 where the general election will be conducted.
According to the claims being issued out by One Kenya Alliance (OKA), external interference is the reason the political outfit has scaled down its operations.
"What I can confirm is that there are forces of doom determined to sow seeds of discord within OKA. But the spirit of OKA is alive and our vision to unite this country for shared prosperity is even clearer today than when we first came together," said Kalonzo
The former VPs sentiments were seriously echoed by Amani National Congress Party leader Musalia Mudavadi who later admitted that the detractors were compelling the alliance to tune to a particular rhythm, a trap he says they.
The former Vice President who is out of the country for a private visit says that the efforts are intended to portray OKA as less aggressive for the presidency by making the race look like a two-horse race.
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