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Top Ruto Man Gives Answers After Kenyans Wake up to Bad News From OKA

Kenyans have been cautioned against placing their hope in the One Kenya Alliance ahead of next year's polls.

The alliance consists ANC boss Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula of the Ford Kenya party, Gideon Moi of KANU and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka.

The leaders have termed their team the one with the solution to the country's problems, even as new details indicate that it could soon collapse due to internal disagreements.

This follows a report by The Star that Mudavadi is planning on going all the way to the ballot, with a running mate from Mt Kenya, meaning that he will not be needing the team.

The paper also reports that Moi is also planning on running for the top seat, a fallout that former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama says was expected.

The leader, a close ally and associate of Deputy President William Ruto, who is also a 2022 presidential candidate, says that the alliance was about personal interest and not Kenyans, hence the push and pull.

For him, the four came together for political survival so what's happening was expected.

"One Kenya Alliance is a conglomeration of opportunists, and as you can see, it's crumbling. When people come together for their own survival rather than the betterment of WANJIKU, these are the results," he says.

He says that things would have been better if the leaders were brought together by the desire to work for Kenyans like Ruto and his 'bottom-up' approach idea.

"They should emulate Hustler Nation's bottom up economic model which addresses the situation facing millions of kenyans," adds the UDA party National Chair.

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