The temperatures are too high the fearless Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi finally claims that there are only two horses to take the presidential seat. Speaking in Kericho Friday October 15, he claimed that Raila Odinga and William Ruto are the major key politicians who will take the presidential seat. He refers to OKA principals as 'okoa' and should rather make up their mind and join the Hustler's narrative or the Odinga's camp.
The OKA principals include Kalonzo Musyoka of the Wiper Democratic Movement, Musalia Mudavadi of Amani National Congress, Gideon Moi of KANU and Moses Wetangula of Ford Kenya. In their meeting held in August at Naivasha, they claimed that they will agree and select one candidate who will be their flag bearer. However, it is said that the current president Uhuru was advocating for the OKA principals to merge and be with Raila.
Consequently, Sudi added that OKA principals should stop attacking Ruto in their speech but rather come up with their manifesto and sell to Kenyans.
What's your opinion on what OKA principals should be do?
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