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Former Senator Alleges New Allegations Days After The Endorsement Of Gideon Moi For Presidency

Former Kakamega Senator Hon. Boni Khalwale said that the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga was carefully elevated heads above shoulders to the Chief Guest, Gideon Moi upon endorsement by the Delegates deliberately avoided mentioning OKA (One Kenya Alliance) in his entire speech. The day was just for the two of them.

According to former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale the stage for 2022 is set for Raila a Presidency and Gideon Moi his running mate.

Here is what Boni Khalwale shared on his official facebook page alleging about Raila Odinga and Senator Gideon Moi!

"During the KANU National Delegates Congress conference at Bomas of Kenya, Raila Odinga was carefully elevated heads above shoulders to the Chief Guest, Gideon Moi upon endorsement by the Delegates deliberately avoided mentioning OKA (One Kenya Alliance) in his entire speech. The day was just for the two of them.

"It is an open secret that H.E. Uhuru wants to settle two political debts (Daniel Moi cleared the path for the Uhuru Presidency & Raila gave him the legitimacy and latitude to operate at times even outside the COK-2010)

The stage for 2022 is set for Raila a Presidency and Gideon Moi his running mate.

Musalia Mudavadi owes it to Gideon Moi's father that he is what he is today, and Raila for appointing him Deputy Prime Minister. He must however discard all that and accept to join the Hustler Movement. Should William Ruto opt to pick his Deputy from Western, I would as the senior most politician from Western currently in the Hustler Movement, be the first to support a Musalia Deputy Presidency.

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https://www.facebook.com/1147778742021890/posts/2394263400706745/?app=fbl

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