One Kenya Alliance is on the verge of forming the next government after the final term of Uhuru Kenyatta, which has been greatly envisaged by their relentless campaigns all over the country.
Following the statement from the OKA chiefs,they have vowed to push a deal that will ensure the coalition doesn't engage in political alliances with any party ahead of general election.
This deal will hinder them from being part and percel from any party and to maintain their loyalty towards one another.
Nevertheless,this is in concurrence with the ongoing mass voter registration exercise that commenced in one week ago, though low turnout has been experienced, with only less than two hundred and thirty days to next year's general election as stipulated in the Independent Electoral and boundary commission (IEBC) calendar.
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