The race for state house is taking shape as the top presidential candidates are now seeking reinforcement from OKA Principals taking advantage of their weak political influence in in bid of luring them to fall in an alliance.
According to Daily Nation Newspaper, it has emerged that Deputy President William Ruto has been taking advances to ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi through secret talks and calls at night trying to lure him to rally behind him in forming an alliance seeking to outsmart Raila Odinga.
However, the other OKA Principals has taken an action of summoning Musalia Mudavadi concerning the claims which he describe as baseless claims that is not true. Mudavadi still confirms that he will not be swayed by other political affiliation claiming that he will contest in the coming general elections.
Musalia is termed as the strongest principal in the OKA alliance and could he defect, the movement will definitely fall and the Principals seek alliances in either ODM party or UDA party.
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