Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) presidential aspirant Jimi Wanjigi was in hot soup during the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) campaign in Kitui. The business mogul joined them as he is seeking top leadership in the country in the upcoming general elections in August.
According to blogger and politician, Robert Alai, KANU party leader Gideon Moi was not happy during the rally after Jimi Wanjigi allegedly tried to persuade Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka to join Deputy President William Ruto's bandwagon.
“Gideon Moi has told Jimmy Wanjigi in Kitui to stop vouching for Ruto and begging Kalonzo to go to Ruto. 'Usituletee Ruto wakati huu tafadhali.' - Gideon Moi. #Usitudanganye,” Alai tweeted.
This comes at a time when Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi announced that he had ditched OKA as one of the founding principals and he was now with their political rival United Democratic Alliance (UDA) that is headed by DP Ruto.
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