Kanu Secretary-General Nick Salat has said that claims that they will drop from the Presidential race to back the ODM leader in exchange for a running mate position are falsely disclosing that their focus is the Presidency.
Salat has said that their boss Gideon Mou would not back down from the presidential race stating that Kenyans should expect to see the independence party raise their flag high across the country aimed at winning.
The Kenya African National Union Party Secretary-General has said that already they have set up grassroots structures that are up and running and that they have already strategically positioned themselves to ensure that this time they get the victory.
“Kanu is in the race for the long haul. We have the right presidential candidate. We ask Kenyans to listen and give us the chance to lead the country,” he said, adding that Kanu has grassroots support and stands a good chance to win the race.
“The future is bright,” he said.
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