Gideon Moi and his coalition partners have received a report from the team they appointed to advise on their terms of engagement.
"This afternoon One Kenya Alliance (OKA) Principals Ford Kenya Party leader Sen. Moses Wetang'ula, Musalia Mudavadi party leader ANC, Kalonzo Musyoka-Wiper party leader and KANU chairman Sen. Gideon Moi met to receive a report from the OKA technical team," said a brief statement of Ford Kenya facebook page.
Gideon Moi, who is the senator for Baringo was represented in the team by William Kamket (MP, Tiaty, formerly Baringo East) and Senator Samuel Poghisio of West Pokot.
The statement did not disclose the contents of the report. Detractors of the grouping have dismissed it as the Cerelac coalition, but the partners insist it is headed for power.
"The leaders discussed many issues including registering their dissatisfaction on BBI ruling urging Kenyans to be patient as other legal avenues are explored," the statement said.
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