Amani National Congress (ANC) Secretary General Simon Gikuru speaking in an interview with TV47. (Photo courtesy).
Amani National Congress (ANC) party has accused the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, that he is trying to build enter into One Kenya Alliance (OKA) through a back door ahead of 2022 general elections.
Speaking on an interview with TV47, ANC Secretary General Simon Gikuru claimed that they were uncomfortable with the invitation of ODM chief in Wiper Movement Party National Delegations Conference (NDC) in Kasarani Stadium Gymnasium, where Kalonzo was endorsed for the top seat in next year's general elections.
Since it is an attempt by Odinga to find his way to One Kenya Alliance (OKA) again through back door, while they don't want him and they want to treat him as their competitor for the top seat next year. "As ANC we were very uncomfortable with Wiper inviting Raila Odinga to their NDC, because we have seen every attempt by him to find his way to OKA through the back door because he knows he can't win the elections alone." He claimed.
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