Former Orange Democratic Movement Parliamentarian Farah Maalim has revealed the information from the meeting between the Northern Kenyan leaders that was held yesterday.
Faradah Maalim has stated that the people from the Northern Kenya did not endorse any individual for the Presidential seat. They only endorsed three political parties,;The One Kenya Alliance Party, Orange Democratic Movement Party and Jubilee Party to form one Coalition and endorse one flag bearer.
Deputy President William Ruto's party was among the parties. This being a bad news to the Tangatanga movement.
Farah a Maalim stated that on his choice he would settle on Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka and ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi as the two partners for the Presidential seat. He affirmed that this would lock out DP Ruto.
"The Northern Kenya Causcus at Serena Yesterday did not endorse any individual for Presidency come 2022. The North endorsed the OKA,ODM& JP coalition to arrive at a compromise candidate. As OKA members We are rooting for the choice of Kalonzo/Mudavadi axis. We must Lock out UDA", Farah Maalim stated.
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