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'We Have not Quited OKA' ANC Changes Tune on Relation With Kalonzo, Gideon after Bomas Declaration

ANC Deputy Party leader Kassim Tandaza has changed tune on their previous relation with other principals as he reveal why they have not quited OKA coalition.

Speaking at KTN on Sunday, Deputy party leader Tandaza revealed that it was not correct to announce that ANC had dropped out of OKA coalition informing that the said coalition never existed. He noted that they never signed any document as a coalition to the Registrar of Political Parties informing that it was out of order to say that they had quited OKA.

He has noted that they have been meeting as gentlemen to discuss issues affecting the country informing that there was no documents that would have kept them as a coalition.

" There is no official coalition document registered to hold OKA, the principals have been meeting as gentlemen," Tandaza said.

Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and KANU party leader Gideon Moi didn't wait to see the presidential endorsement of Musalia after they stormed out of Bomas together with businessman Jimi Wanjigi.

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