After details emerge alleging that KANU party chairman Gedeon Moi is drifting from One Kenya Alliance after having skipped several meetings organized by the alliance, he has come out to dismiss these reports revealing he has managed to meet with other leaders of the alliance.
Via a report by the Standard, one Kenya Alliance leader kalonzo Musyoka, Moses Wetangula, and Musalia Mudavadi attended a private meeting where Moi failed to show up, with reports that he had failed to show up in other previous meetings, these raising speculations about stay in the OKA.
Following this report, he has come out to announce that he is still firm under one Kenya Alliance revealing that he has met the other leaders in the morning before heading to another engagement.
The issues have raised concerns since he is also a great supporter and enjoys president Uhuru's support thus Thame claimed he would have decided to drift slowly from the alliance and join Raila ahead of 2022, as the president is calling all those bigwigs to unite to win against the deputy president and formed the next government.
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