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JUST IN; Auctioneers Have Allegedly Raided Gideon Moi's KANU Party Over Ksh. 86M Debt

Latest news being reported is that Auctioneers are reportedly raiding KANU Party's main offices over Ksh. 86million debt which has not been payed for a long period. The Party Chairman, Hon. Gideon Moi inherited the party from his late father, Daniel Moi who was Kenya's second President.

The Baringo Senator, Gidoen Moi is adamant on succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta and is also seen as the right candidate for the Presidential seat by some quarters in the government. He has been using his KANU Party to push his presidential agenda.

Popular Political commentator, Gerald Bitok who usually hosts "The Tackle" has shared the information through his official tweeter account;

@geraldbitok Auctioneers are currently raiding KANU Party headquarters over Ksh86Million debt.

The Moi's family are very wealthy and usually fund huge political campaigns in the country. The latest raid in KANU Party's main offices is a major setback to Sen. Gideon Moi in his quest to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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