Musalia Mudavadi has been accused of surreptitiously creating a new coalition behind the backs of the other members of the One Kenya Alliance.
The alliance is dubious as to why he would use one of his closest allies to try to register the new alliance when they had just formed another.
He is claimed to have already reserved the name of the alliance, 'Kenya Kwanza,' leaving other OKA members confused what to do next.
The fact that Kalonzo's team had reserved the name OKA influenced Mudavadi's allies' decision to reserve the name, according to The Standard.
This comes as it is reported that one of the OKA's founding members is planning to join deputy president William Ruto in yet another move that will sever the alliance.
Gideon Moi, on the other hand, is claimed to be doing everything in his power to convince other OKA leaders to support former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga's presidential ambition.
All of this is happening as members of the One Kenya Alliance travel to western Kenya to cement their political position ahead of the 2022 national elections.
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