2022 succesion of politics is taking shape as top politcal heavyweights who are interested in forming the next government escalates campaigns ahead of the electoral year.
Orange Democratic Movement ODM party leader Raila Odinga is also keen to succeed president Uhuru, although he has not declared whether he will be in the ballot or not.
However, as campaigns escalates, Mr Odinga's elder brother Oburu Odinga has broken silence with a blowing message, as he hints on working together with the former National Super Alliance NASA principals.
According to NTV afternoon news, Mr Oburu while speaking in a church service has said that they are working on a plan to unite with former NASA principals, now in One Kenya Alliance, promising that by 2022 they will be together.
"I here that former NASA members are saying they cannot come. By 2022 we will be together, leave that to us," Mr Oburu said while addressing the congregation.
The unity between Mr Odinga and OKA Principals willbbeba major blow to the deputy president William Ruto who is also keen to succeed his boss president Uhuru, since they will form a formidable force which will be hard to crack by the DP's support base.
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