The leaders on Tuesday met to receive an update from a team working on making their pact official, stating that they are happy with the progress so far.
“The One Kenya Alliance Principals met today to receive an update report form a technical committee on the progress made in formalising the Alliance,” they said in a joint statement sent to news rooms.
They now claim that Kenyans are eagerly waiting for them to formalize the alliance, after realizing that they are the ones with the solutions to their problems, predicting a win for themselves in the 2022 polls.
They say that Kenyans are also waiting for the same after identifying their coalition "as the vehicle that carries their aspirations," even as they (the four) continue to battle the 'project' tag from critics.
To many politicians and pundits, they could have been lined up by President Uhuru Kenyatta and have accepted to be placed together in the hope that one of them will be endorsed as his preferred successor.
As a result, they have earned themselves the nickname the 'Cerelac Alliance', as critics brand them political weaklings out to maximize on the President's backing.
The four are expected to pick one of them to go for the top seat in 2022, one who will proceed to face off with the likes of Deputy President William Ruto, whose candidature is already in the public domain.
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