Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior of Makueni has urged Kenyans to quit criticizing the OKA alliance. Mutula Junior, speaking on Jeff Koinange Live with his best buddy and Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja, remarked that OKA has brought Kenyans from various tribes together.
He went on to say that OKA has a large number of supporters and that they are certain of receiving 5 million votes. He stated that it is too early to designate the coalition's flag bearer; they are still working on their agendas and would publicly announce their flag bearer and offer him full support when January arrives.
Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo will never cooperate with Raila again, according to Mutula and Sakaja, because Raila betrayed them, and they pledged not to back him again. Raila must join OKA's alliance and support OKA while waiting for his turn to arrive if he wants their support. He stated that he is committed, and that with luck, they would be able to establish a government in 2022.
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