Principals of the Cerelac Coalition have hold a meeting today to discuss some matters that are happening currently. The Cerelac Coalition aka One Kenya Alliance, is made up of Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Wetangula.
Dennis Itumbi has taken to share on twitter the details of what these four principlals discussed. In the report they have stated that dissatisfaction on the court's ruling rendering the BBI Amendment null and void. They have also asked the government to increase the distribution of seeds and fertilizers to Kenyan farmers during the ongoing rains. Below is the full statement;
The One Kenya Alliance Coalition was formed this yead. It was formed by those top leaders eyeing for the 2022 presidential seat. To them, they saw that coming together is an advantage to serving Kenyans. Coming 2022 they will elect one person to vie for the presidential seat. All of them were in support of the constitutional amendment.
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