Wiper Democratic Movement party boss Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka who was among the politicians who attended the launch of Gedion Moi's presidential campaigns, has hinted at a merger plan to rebuild the independence Party KANU into a national outfit with a new outlook.
The Wiper leader stated that maybe in future after the forthcoming general elections they will merger their parties to rebuild the independence party which ruled since 1963 to 2002, Kalonzo while making the hint, lauded KANU chairman Gedion Moi for revamping the party since the retirement and death of former president Daniel Moi.
He argued that there is need to revamp the party further to have a national outlook as it used to be before. He however declared that for now he is still in Wiper as its party leader.
Kalonzo's Wiper, KANU, Ford Kenya, and ANC have come together to form a coalition, The One Kenya Alliance, the leaders have promised to walk together in 2022. After individuals parties shall have settled on presidential candidates, they will then decide on one to fly the coalition's flag. Video: (Watch from 4:45:10) https://www.facebook.com/KanuPartyKE/videos/149613410711429/?app=fbl
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