This comes amid reports that the coalition chiefs are under pressure and are being wooed by the rival camps of ODM leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto to join them before 2022.
But Kalonzo has said that this will not happen, saying that it is actually the two who will join the OKA team and endorse it's selected presidential flag bearer for the top seat in the awaited general elections.
Speaking in the company of his colleagues in Naivasha on Sunday, he joked that the two should be prayed for so that they come to terms with the fact that it is them who will join OKA.
"We have heard that there are people hunting us and are trying to have us cross over to their camps and support them. We have called for prayers so that they can be prayed for to understand that it is them who will join us," said the former Vice President.
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi said that Kenyans need not look elsewhere for the best camp to form the next government, saying that they have all the leadership qualities Kenyans are looking for.
Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula rubbished reports that that alliance is on its death bed, maintaining that it will remain solid and must participate in the awaited polls.
"OKA is together and will remain together until the end of this game. We are the ones you have, please embrace us," said the Bungoma Senator.
His assurances come amid reports of infighting within the coalition, with there being claims that Mudavadi and Kalonzo camps are involved in a tussle regarding who is best placed to fly the alliance's presidential flag come next year.
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