The next president of Kenya will emerge from the upcoming alliance between ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula (Ford Kenya), Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper) and KANU Chair Gideon Moi, the Baringo senator has said.
The four leaders on Tuesday gave the clearest hint that they are working on a coalition, one they believe will deliver a win in the much awaited general elections, and announced the same during rallies in Matungu and Kabuchai constituencies.
Moi, who is also being seen as a possible presidential candidate in 2022, said that the next government will be formed by one of them with the help of the others, terming their team the one that will finally deliver Kenyans from their current problems.
"We want to make it known that we have decided to join hands and work together and we believe that the needed changes will emanate from here," he said.
The Bungoma senator said that the Western Kenya region where he hails from has for long supported Raila and it is time his people paid back by voting in another direction.
"We will as well go vote hunting in Raila's zone. We have repeatedly voted for him and it is now time he paid back," said the leader.
Kalonzo lauded the team, opining that it will deliver a win, with Mudavadi also stating that it is from their alliance that the country will get the solution to its problems. Both are eyeing the presidency.
Raila, who worked with Kalonzo, Mudavadi and Wetangula in the 2017 elections under the NASA coalition, is also being seen as a man also eyeing the seat, with pundits predicting his fifth bid in 2022.
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