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After Ruto Announced What'll Happen by November, Kalonzo Declares What'll Happen by December

Wiper Democratic Movement (WDM) party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has given his supporters and those of the OKA coalition a hint on what to expect by the end of the year.

He is one of the four principals making up the alliance, all of whom, including himself, are eyeing the presidency in next year's general elections.

He now says that better things are coming, telling supporters of the alliance of the good things that will have happened to their camp by December.

According to the ex-Vice President, the alliance should be expected to get bigger with more leaders and their parties joining in, predicting that so many parties will have joined that Kenyans will be shocked.

"OKA is emerging everywhere. We now have Kadu Asili on board and before December, you will see wonders,” he said on Emoo FM, Wednesday morning.

His is not the first such major prediction about 2022, considering that it comes only months after Deputy President William Ruto made a similar prediction about his new United Democratic Alliance party.

Just like Kalonzo, Ruto said that so huge will the exodus from the ruling Jubilee Party to UDA be that it will actually be a stampede as people rush to secure spaces in the outfit, which he says is the winning one.

"Even as I speak with you, all the Jubilee leaders, all the governors, and even those leaders holding positions are just waiting for the right time. In November, you will see people political stampede to UDA. You will be astonished,” he said in July.

Just like Kalonzo, he made the remarks in a radio interview; with Radio Jambo. Kalonzo on Wednesday once again predicted a win for their camp, expressing confidence that it will for the next government.

He spoke as he also expressed hopes that his fellow co-principals; Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula and Gideon Moi will rally behind him and let him be the man to deliver the presidency.

Should OKA stand it's ground and not give in to pressure to back Raila's candidacy, then it's flag bearer will have to face off with both Ruto and the former Premier in the much anticipated contest.

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