Succession politics ahead of the 2022 general elections are continuing to gear up and various political players are strategizing for the polls.
All eyes continue to look at the Presidency since President Uhuru Kenyatta will be retiring after serving two terms as head of State since 2013.
Different leaders have lined up to succeed him and are currently strategizing to get ready for the race to State House.
Baringo County Senator Hon Gideon Moi on Tuesday held a high profile meeting with his fellow One Kenya Alliance Principals; Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Ford Kenya party leader Senator Moses Wetangula.
Gideon Moi met his fellow Principals in order to receive an update report from the technical committee on the formalization of One Kenya Alliance.
Speaking after the meeting, Senator Moi has stated that as One Kenya Alliance, are delighted of the progress they are making as far as the formalisation is concerned.
The meeting also saw the leaders register their dissatisfaction with the High Court ruling on BBI Bill and called on all Kenyans to be patient as the case is dealt with in the Court of Appeal.
The meeting has sparked a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans online including;
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