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Trouble Ahead For OKA After MPs Pledge to Disrupt Friday's Meeting as Kanu Claims They Are Not Ready

A day after One Kenya Alliance mebers met in Karen to craft their political path going to the 2022 general elections, the journey is now facing major setbacks after Ford Kenya members allied to Western MPs; Eseli Simiyu (Togaren) and Wafula Wamunyinyi (Kandunyi) vowed to disrupt Friday official launch of the alliance.

Speaking with the media on Wednesday, the members criticized Moses Wetangula on claims that he is associating in conversations that have not been fully approved by the party.

"You can see Moses Wetangula moving about purporting to represent Ford Kenya in political coalitions with One Kenya Alliance. The management meeting today is made to ask him to desist from moving around calling himself as leader of Ford Kenya," said Wamunyinyi.

The leaders further argued that a number of letters have been written barring Wetangula from contacting or representing the party, with Wamunyinyi adding that the a number of the party's positions are still vacant.

In another move that seems to harbor the registration of the One Kenya Alliance, Kanu's Ford Kenya Nick Salat states that the party is not in a hurry to dissolve its pre-election pact with Jubilee party until 2022.

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