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"OKA is Not Legally Recognised..." Fresh Report Shows as Experts Predict What Awaits the OKA Team

A file photo of the One Kenya Alliance members.

It has now emerged that the One Kenya Alliance is not recognised under the Kenyan law because it has not been registered with the Registrar of Political Parties.

This comes as a huge blow to the OKA team who have claimed that their team is still strong enough despite all the challenges that they are facing from different quotas.

This comes days after the Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka on Sunday said the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) coalition was still strong and would nominate a presidential candidate later this January. This is despite the signs that they are about to collapse.

But Mr Kalonzo, who is a lawyer, should not forget that OKA is not legally recognized because it has not officially submitted the memorandum of understanding between the parties to the office of the Registrar General of Political Parties, Ms Anne Nderitu.

In addition, the Kanu party, which is considered to be an ally in OKA, is still in a legitimate alliance with Jubilee. Reconciliation documents between the two parties were signed on May 18, 2019 and submitted to Ms. Nderitu's office.

So far, Kanu has not broken their relationship with Jubilee and legally one party cannot be in more than one coalition. Yesterday, Kanu General Secretary Nick Salat maintained that Kanu would not withdraw from its alliance with Jubilee before the August 9 general election.

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