It has been a week full of politics in the country as Raila Odinga and his delegates have been making huge progress in getting more supporters ahead of the 2022 General elections.
Raila Odinga with the three OKA leaders at Bomas (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
After the successful Mt Kenya rally, Mt Kenya Foundation Meeting and meeting with some top Mt Kenya legislatures; Raila Odinga, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, and ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi headed to the Bomas of Kenya for the KANU delegates meeting.
KANU delegates endorsed Gideon Moi for Presidency, but several other top personalities believe that something big is in the making as several Jubilee party members were also present at the meeting.
Speaking on Citizen TV evening show, Linus Kakai stated that there is a huge coalition in the making which will be a big problem for Deputy President William Ruto who is yet to agree on making a pact with other parties.
Linus stated: "They said KANU was back, but so was everyone who had left KANU previously…We have not seen Wetangula…It is easy to see that what happened today was a coalition in the making."
This is a big boost for Raila Odinga who might make it to State House in the coming elections if he plays his cards well.
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