Just days after Kilifi governor Amason Jeffah Kingi was ousted from the Orange Democratic Movement party leadership position, he has met with the One Kenya Alliance Principals Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangla, and Kalonzo Musyoka in coast.
This comes after Dennis Itumbi, the self-proclaimed Hustlers spokesperson leaked or rather alleged over 2022 game plan, in his statement, Itumbi had alleged that the Kilifi county governor would join the One Kenya Alliance with his new party through which he would push the OKA principals to support Raila's Presidential bid.
This comes just a day after President Uhuru Kenyatta held a consultative meeting with Raila Odinga and all the one Kenya Alliance, the meeting reportedly agreed that the leaders would make a final decision after the Building Bridges Initiative ruling set for tomorrow.
Netizens have reacted to the meeting with many pouring cold water on such meetings. Well, if true that Kingi is joining OKA to endorse his political father, why would he publicly critisize him?, wasn't his move bad for Raila's Popularity in Kilifi considering that most followers do not understand these moves. Below are some comments
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