The One Kenya Alliance Party principals overtake minor campaigns as they tour several parts of Kenya. Today, Musalia Mudavadi (ANC) and his team of Moses Wetangula, Gideon Moi (KANU), and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka make their way to Taita Taveta in seeking winning votes. Concurrently, as the OKA principals, they made fruitful agenda in Wundanyi in Taita Taveta County.
There is an undecided match within the party on who will carry the presidential flag. Perhaps, ODM and UDA bosses should be watchful of the OKA's trembling program.
As One Kenya Alliance, they promised to remain devoted to building a precise, comprehensive, and affluent nation with equal opportunities for all.
Mudavadi asks the residents to believe him because they shall ensure that leaders with deeply vested interests in land here are not allowed to exploit residents. "We will put your interests first," he reiterated.
One Kenya Alliance could not be expected to attract such a mammoth crowd and this conveys a clear signal that OKA is growing and they may overtake UDA and even ODM.
The people's interest was heard and they pledge to support Musalia Mudavadi and his team to renovate this country.
Nevertheless, they were urged not to let them down during the upcoming election.
While the deputy President made his visit to Laikipia, Raila Odinga is planning for his sensitive upcoming occasion.
The rise of OKA has, therefore, raises several concerns about their endeavor to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
This is a red signal to the deputy President and Raila Odinga. One Kenya Alliance is growing and they may win the presidency by a landslide.
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