The KANU Chairman and Baringo senator Gideon Moi has unveiled the party's suitable presidential candidate in the upcoming August 9th polls. He revealed this on Thursday, when he hosted the KANU Campaign Coordination Committee in Nairobi. According to Baringo senator, KANU has remained affiliated to the Azimio la Umoja - One Kenya Alliance Coalition, therefore, revealed Raila Odinga as the suitable candidate and they will fully support his presidential bid.
According to the KANU chairman, Kenya African National Union (KANU) is fully in Azimio coalition and there's no turning back. Therefore, they are determined to bring everybody on board to ensure a mighty victory for the former Prime Minister is they believe in individual liberty, national unity and inclusiveness.
The Baringo senator conclusively stated that, as KANU they have and will remain committed to the aspirations and guiding principles of Azimio La Umoja - One Kenya coalition and its mission of inclusiveness. Equally, they will never leave anyone behind.
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