The politics in the country has now taken another route especially as the country remains with less than 11 months to the next elections. We have expressed some parties forming coalitions with others, others decamping to other parties and also even disolution of coalition.
For several moments, the Wiper party leader and One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principal Kalonzo Msyoka has been telling the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga to join One Kenya Alliance party. His statements comes after the disolution of the NASA coalition.
Today, the Wiper leader Kalonzo Msyoka while dressing to people, Kalonzo Msyoka said that he wish President Uhuru Kenyatta and his opponent leader Raila Odinga could join One Kenya Alliance. The Wiper leader Kalonzo Msyoka explained that One Kenya Alliance principals are the builders of bridges.
Kalonzo Msyoka was saying this following the colapse of the Boundary Bridge Intiatives (BBI), which was initially declared unconstitutional, null and void be the Court of Appeal.
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