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OKA Principals to Meet after They Disagreed With Uhuru's Decision

The Orange Democratic Movement and One Kenya Alliance Party is alleged to plan for the best way to State House after the affiliates disagreed on President Uhuru Kenyatta decision to endorse ODM leader Raila Odinga.

President Uhuru Kenyatta came in agreement with Raila after their handshake in 2018 which led to a calm in political arena. However, Deputy President William Ruto has not been supporting the handshake informing that it was responsible for the collapse of some big 4 agendas.

Despite their disagreement, Uhuru Kenyatta has yet to disclose any issue about his deputy something that that has left many Kenyans with questions. People are not sure whether Uhuru and Ruto are playing their cards away from slare of cameras.

President Uhuru Kenyatta is keen to unity ODM and OKA principals to ensure that they clinch to State House after the 2022 election date. He held a meeting at Mombasa which was attended by Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Gideon Moi and Moses Oparanya.

The leaders are again expected to meet in Naivasha inorder to finalize on their plans to State House.

A member of the technical team organising the meeting entailed that groundwork has already been laid ahead of the crucial meeting.

"We are working on many more modalities and not just coming up with the coalition's flagbearer," the technical member, who sought anonymity, informed via

The Party principals will then meet Raila Odinga after their Naivasha retreat inorder to have a discussion of what they could have agreed in their meeting.

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