Eldas MP Adan Keynan alongside a section of North Eastern leaders have announced that they will be revealing their manifesto and the political divide they will be inclined to ahead of the 2022 general elections.
The leaders who had earlier hinted of supporting the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, have reservations arguing that they will consult with their residents although they assured of aligning themselves to the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the ODM leader.
Addressing members of the press on Sunday, Keynan stated that a grand coalition is in the offing where the ASALs will have their voice heard and interests catered for.
"We are behind the president, and what we are planning to do is to come up with policies that will be put on the manifesto of the grand coalition that will be launched very soon. The grand alliance will being together different interest groups, like minded parties and individuals."
Keynan's remarks comes after reports that the ODM-Jubilee coalition is almost at its tail end, with other political parties showing interests in joining the two parties to form a formidable team before next year.
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