Yesterday the four leaders under the umbrella of One Kenya Alliance met in Karen to formulate the way forward for the alliance which was alleged to be triggered by the relationship that existed between Gideon Moi and Raila Odinga. From the meeting, it was reported that Kalonzo and Mudavadi are opposed to working with Raila while Wetangula and Gideon Moi are okay with it.
However Nairobi senator Johnston Sakaja has added his voice on the matter which seems to differ from his boss Musalia Mudavadi. According to Sakaja Raila is a statesman and that he has a huge following opposing his entrance to the alliance would be detrimental to the future of OKA.
This statement eliciting mixed reactions especially this time when the nation is preparing for the next election. His statement expected to divide the Alliance further now that divisions are already emerging from working with Raila. Do you think Sakaja is speaking the truth in terms of working with Raila? Comment below.
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