KANU party leader Gideon Moi has heightened his stakes of capturing the top seat ahead of the 2022 general election. He has remained firm and clear that he was going to lead the country into the next level especially if elected president moving into the next general election.
Today the delegates are meeting at the Bomas of Kenya to endorse Gideon Moi 2022 statehouse quest. His moved are aimed to ensure he won the top seat going into 2022 especially as the compromise candidate.
Gideon Moi has remained clear and firm that he wanted to lead Kenya as a country to the next level. His efforts are bearing fruit given he has already opted to work with One Kenya Alliance principles who are at bomas all to support Gideon Moi statehouse bid.
However time will tell of what will unfold moving into the by-election. The fact of the matter is that Gideon Moi is in trouble given he doesn't have a powerful support base something that will be interesting to know of how he approaches his statehouse quest moving into the 2022 general election.
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