As the 2022 politics intensify, KANU party leader and Baringo Senator is planning a tactical strategy that may push Dp Ruto into a limbo and give Raila Odinga a high chance of winning the 2022 presidential race.
KANU party Secretary General Hon Nick Salat has hinted the plans for Moi to exit the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) after the fall of the BBI bill and join the presidential race in the coming general elections.
“OKA would only have survived if BBI went through. It was reliant on BBI. With the two missteps at the High Court and the Court of Appeal, favor situation does not favor OKA. It is time for KANU to repackage itself and go out there to speak to Kenyans directly,” Salat said.
Salat also added that the KANU party will field candidates in all positions hinting that by the end of this month, Moi is likely to launch his presidential bid for the 2022 elections.
This move is to weaken and spit the Rift valley votes so that Raila Odinga can have a upper hand in 2022 race. Despite Ruto and Moi hailing from Rift valley they don't see eye to eye and this is why Moi is in the verge to block his presidential bid.
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