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Herman Manyora Alleges the Reason Behind Nick Salat Finding it Difficult to Work With Gideon Moi

Politics is a game plan that requires good strategy for anyone to emerge victorious. Yesterday, Nick Salat ditched Azimio One Kenya coalition and joined Kenya Kwanza government.

The former secretary general of Kenya African National Union party (KANU) was received yesterday by president William Ruto at Bomet Green stadium during a church service that was attended by other government leaders.

After ditching Azimio, political analyst Herman Manyora has this morning alleged that it was difficult for Nick Salat and KANU chairman Gideon Moi to work together because Salat was a little faster than Gideon in terms of approach to politics and therefore it was very difficult for them to work together.

Manyora has made the remarks this morning, during a live interview with NTV television where he was hosted by Olive Burrows. The other members hosted by NTV this morning for an interview included; Dr Sam Mbutu, James Mamboleo and Charles Munyui.

In conclusion, Salat's decision to ditch Azimio comes after KANU party had suspended him for his conduct before and after the August 9th polls last year.

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