Following the formation of the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) uniting four big political parties to Work on a common goal, that is Musalia Mudavadi's ANC Party, Kalonzo Musyoka's Wiper, Gideon Moi's KANU and Moses Wetang'ula's Ford Kenya, a headache has hit the background as another tough decision arises on who will fly their flag.
With, Musalia, Kalonzo and Mudavadi having a sight to the country's top job, KANU secretary general Nick Salat has come clean on why the Party leader Gideon Moi should go for the top job amid negotiation with other principals.
According to the Star reports, Salat has argued that before president Uhuru Kenyatta ordered the suspension of Political rallies, Gideon Moi had a good reception in whenever he went, making him easy to sell in the whole country more than other candidates.
"At the point of negation, you will be asked what you have? What are you bringing to the table? Gideon is not a hard sell. In the shortest time he had started touring parts of the country before public rallies were stopped, he was being received well.” Salat said.
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