Today, Thursday of 30th September, 2021 is a very special day for the KANU National Party as they are now meeting at Bomas of Kenya to ratify the push to have the party field a Presidential candidate. Gideon Moi, the Chairman of KANU and who is the son of the former President of Kenya Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi is assured to take the mantle.
Several delegates have already arrived at Bomas of Kenya as well as KANU's Political Motorcade. From our look, the political motorcarde branded KANU and it's colours has caught the attention of many. Some have taken their time to capture a photo with the motorcarde which is a clear indication that KANU is prepared for it's next battle.
This delegation has come just days after Moi hosted another small delegation at his rural home in Sacho, Baringo where he sought blessings from his residents and clerics. He said, "I have more come here today as your son. You sent me to Parliament for 10 years. I have come back to get your views."
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