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Gideon Moi's KANU Delivers Bad News To Kalonzo-Mudavadi in Their Plan to Block a Coalition With Raila

Kenyan African National Union Party which is bossed by Baringo Senator Gideon Moi has delivered bad news to the rest of the One Kenya Alliance co-principals Musalia Mudavadi[ANC], Kalonzo Musyoka[Wiper], and Ford Kenya Party Leader Moses Wetang'ula issuing fresh details.

After the Ford Kenya Deputy Party Leader Chris Wamalwa revelations that the One Kenya Alliance is coming up with an agreement that will prevent any of the OKA to jump ship to any other coalition ahead of 2022 including that led by Raila until a review is made after the next polls. 

“The agreement is ready and it legally commits our principals to work together under Oka with the view of forming the next government,” Wamalwa said. 

Kenya African National Union Party has responded to the move issuing fresh details.

According to the Independent party through their Secretary General Nick Salat has informed that despite the plans by the One Kenya Alliance, as the KANU party they have their focus and which is the Presidency.

The KANU Secretary of General has said that they do not in any way block the move by the Alliance and that any decision made they will strictly adhere to it as per the letter.

However, Nick Salat has informed as the Oka leaders are purposed to field a common Presidential candidate, it should be clear that as the Independence Party, they have already their flag bearer and who is none other than Baringo Senator Gideon Moi.

Salat has said that as Kenya African National Union they have already settled on Moi and that their focus is to win the 2022 presidency.

“The agreement will provide that Oka will field a presidential candidate in the 2022 presidential election and for us as Kanu, we have already endorsed Gideon,” Salat has said as quoted by the Star.

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Chris Wamalwa Kalonzo Musyoka Kenya Kenyan African National Union Party Moses Wetang'ula


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