Politics in the country are on a high gear as we fast approach the much awaited general elections next year where voters are expected to make a decision that they will have to bear for the next five years.
Several leaders have declared their interest in the top seat a thing that has brought alot of political break ups, up in the country's leadership ladder.
While the Uhuruto divorce seeming so real,the split of the former opposition brigade NASA which was led by the former prime minister Raila Odinga could have been a plan to blackmail their main opponent deputy president William Ruto into thinking they are not together.
Despite the group talking about their differences politically,they have on several occasions held several meetings where president Uhuru Kenyatta has chaired while his do gets left out.
On Thursday,the four members of OKA met with the Mt Kenya Foundation just days after Raila had met them.
What surprises many is that there are no plans for the Foundation to meet Ruto,a move that has left more questions than answers as we head towards 2022.
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