Amani National Congress (ANC) nominated Senator Petrolina Were speaking in a past interview. (Photo courtesy).
Amani National Congress (ANC) nominated Senator Hon Petrolina Were, has reaffirmed the statement that One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals are still intact and no one is going to move out of the alliance ahead of next year's general elections.
Speaking to the Star Newspaper in a statement which seems to refer to Deputy President Dr William Ruto, Were maintained that the Alliance is still intact and strong to produce the next president of Kenya to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. She added that the OKA principals knows well the importance of unity and having coalition, since when one of them will clinch the top seat he will be accountable to the rest of the principals.
Unlike other presidential aspirant who does not want to form a coalition with other political parties. He moves around the country alone selling his agendas with intention to form his own government and exclude other political parties and their leaders. She therefore warned Kenyans against such a person saying he can be a dictator. "Having a team is better than moving around as one person, that is how we create dictators because they are not accountable to anyone."
"When you have peers you are accountable to, you are a better leader. That is the essence of OKA." She said. This statement seems to be targeting the Deputy President Dr William Ruto, since he is the one who has refused to form a coalition with any other political party urging other party leaders to fold their outfits and join his party United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ahead of next year's general elections.
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