The country is months away from heading to the next general elections to vote for their next leaders and politicians across the political divide have been building alliances they believe could be the difference maker in 2022.
The four leaders are said to have been buoyed by the by elections win in Kabuchai and Matungu and they believe the triumph was an evidence the people had endorsed their coalition.
As a statement of intent to Raila Odinga and William Ruto, the four leaders have intensified their plans in recent days and their latest move should send jitters across the camps of the Deputy President and the former prime Minister.
In a bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta, the four leaders have formed a twelve man team with each leader picking three allies from their party to sit in a panel that will spearhead the talks on the formation of a 2022 coalition.
The panel will be tasked with drawing up a coalition agreement and a memoranda of understanding and developing terms of engagement.
"This is the coalition to watch, this is the coalition that will form government in 2022. Structures are being put in place with team-leaders. Once we are done with BBI, we are going to unveil the team,” Wamalwa said.
Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka will be represented by Mutula Kilonzo junior, Victor Swanya and Enock Wambua.
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has fronted Ayub Savula, Sakwa Bunyasi and Kelvin Lunani while Moses Wetangula has chosen Chris Wamalwa, Fred Wanyonyi and Chris Mandu as their representatives in the panel.
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