This comes even as the alliance leaders maintain that they have their eyes on the presidency and will not allow anybody else to take their attention off what they want to achieve.
Details now indicate that Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula and Gideon Moi of KANU are interested, provided that the former Prime Minister approaches them ready for deliberations.
A source who attended the OKA meeting held on Tuesday revealed that the two have no problem uniting with Raila, with the remaining two remaining firm against him and any links wit him ahead of 2022.
"Weta and Gideon have no problem with Raila. What they are saying is he should come with open hands and free time to engage," The Star was told.
The source said that the two hold that the only way they can reconsider their current stand is if he plays second fiddle, abandons his presidential bid and rallies behind them instead.
"Raila is the elephant in the room. We agreed that the principals retreat on their own and resolve the issue," added the source in an interview with the paper.
Interestingly, Wetangula is among those who had said that he can never work especially after his removal as the Senate Minority Leader.
Kalonzo, on the other hand, has been appearing as the most likely to join Raila in the coming days, reportedly due to pressure from President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Reports have lately been indicating that the Head of State wants the team united if he is to give them his blessings to proceed and battle his deputy William Ruto.
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