The 2022 succession politics continues to gain momentum, with various leaders who wish to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta busy reorganizing themselves ahead of the bruising 2022 presidential elections.
In a statement sent to media houses,Frederick Okango who is the secretary general announced that the Party,will instead fill candidates in all other elective seats in the country.Okango said the move will help them foster alliances with other like minded parties for Kenya's prosperity.
Our party Thirdway Alliance will be fighting to bring the nation back together,by using the spirit of "Punguzo Mzigo Initiative".
"We must redress the systematic injustices that has rocked the country for long.Therefore our party will not be fielding a presidential candidate in 2022.
We however,will be fielding candidates for other elective positions throughout the country.We will also join alliances with other minded parties,"Okango said.
The party pleaded with Kenyans to be brave and ambitions when choosing leaders
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