Raila Odinga's team has received a major boost ahead of the 2022 general elections, after one of One Kenya Alliance (OKA) coalition principal agrees to work with Odinga.
In a video making rounds online, KANU chairman Gideon Moi claims that KANU delegates will have a meeting with OKA principals and ODM party leader Raila Odinga. Gideon Moi claims that they will discuss about the direction to follow for the next year's general elections. And they will team up for the 2022 general elections campaigns. Follow the link below to see the video.
"Na hii kazi ambayo iko mbele haitaki waoga. Yangu ni kuwaambia ya kwamba fungueni macho, roho na masikio msikize. Delegates wataitwa Nairobi tukutane. Na ni delegates wa chama chetu cha KANU ambao wataamua. Ile njia amabayo OKA watafuata 2022. Tuko na Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi, tuko na Wetangula. Na usifikiri Raila ako mbali. Na tukiendelea mbele tutazungumza sisi sote", said Gideon Moi.
This means that Odinga's team has been revived clearly changing the political scene in the country onwards.
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