President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Raila Amollo Odinga are expected to meet the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) Principals this Friday. But things might not turn well for Uhu-Raila. This is after Lugari MP Honourable Ayub Savula sending a powerful to the two leaders ahead of the 2022 General Elections.
Savula who is the Deputy Party leader of Amani National Congress (ANC). He said that their have no Political plans of supporting the former Prime Minister for Presidency. But they will stick on making sure Wyclife Musalia Mudavadi clinches power.
Ayub who is a very close Political Associate to Musalia Mudavadi, stated that there is no need to please the President by backing Raila, yet they benefit nothing.
Speaking to the Star Newspaper Publications. Savula opened up and gave out Genuine reasons on why they cannot work with Raila Odinga.
"To be sincere and honest with the big boys. We have no plans of backing Raila Amollo Odinga. Our mission is to make sure we make Musalia Mudavadi the President."
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