Hon Philip Moi, who is the elder brother to KANU Presidential candidate Hon Gideon Moi ignited a hot debate online when he posted on how Nick Salat represented Moi at OKA event to welcome KADU-ASILI party into their team.(Courtesy photo)
"Earlier today, the KANU party team led by the secretary general Hon. Nick Salat represented senator Gideon K. Moi at OKA event for welcoming the KADU-ASILI Party into OKA team. Other KANU party members present included the OKA co-chair and KWC National chairperson Betty Adera; KANU 1st Vice Chairperson Tom Ojanda; Nairobi Branch chair Frank Mbogo abd Kanu's chief protocol Sintoiya Kasaine. OKA influence is growing day by day and is the coalition to watch towards statehouse 2022." He posted on his Facebook page.
It's remembered that OKA team is yet to unveil their flagbearer, but it's principals promised to do soon before 2022 election.￼His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority agreed with him that the OKA Alliance is growing stronger day by day. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, Comments and don't forget to share widely￼￼￼
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