Savula in an interview with KTN news on Thursday evening said that it was true that some of the principals were working with 'outside' forces, a move that has ignited anxiety withing the alliance's foot soldiers.
His comment comes few days after Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala termed Kanu's Chairman Gideon Moi as a 'weak link' within the coalition, owing to his sentiments that the principals were working with the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of 2022 elections.
Other leaders also alleged that Wiper's boss Kalonzo Musyoka was working behind the scenes with Raila Odinga, in bid to unite before next year.
According to Savula OKA is like a marriage which has ups and downs but they are working to ensure everything works out.
"Yes, it is true, some of the principals are working with other forces. We are settling things. A marriage does not lack some troubles, this is a marriage and we will work everything out. We are all asking for a consensus after all parties hold their respective National Delegates Conferences (NDC) by January next year," said Savula.
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