Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka is not the Azimio camp's default presidential running mate, and no such agreement existed prior to his admission into the camp, it has now been revealed. This comes at a time when he has shown confidence in securing the job, with some of his allies also pushing for it and claiming that it was agreed upon.
The 2022 succession politics continues to gain momentum, with various leaders who wish to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta busy reorganizing themselves ahead of the bruising 2022 presidential elections. The Thirdway Alliance Party has today, announced that it will not be fronting a presidential candidate in 2022. In a statement sent to media houses,Frederick Okango who is the secretary general announced that the Party,will instead fill candidates in all other elective seats in the country.Okango said the move will help them foster alliances with other like minded parties for Kenya's prosperity.
Is the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) dead or heading for a fallout is the political puzzle after the National Delegates Conference (NDC) of the Amani National Congress ( CNA). The alliance only remained with Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper), Gideon Moi (KANU) and Cyrus Jirongo (UDP) after Musalia Mudavadi (ANC) and Moses Wetangula (Ford Kenya) struck a new political pact with vice -President William Ruto.
Details have leaked on some of the happenings that took place at the Nairobi State House on Saturday, before the Azimio La Umoja pact swearing event. The event was attended by Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, a last minute move that came after weeks of hard stand against working with Raila again.
ODM party leader Raila Odinga had given up on the presidency before he re-emerged and once again began pursuing the top seat, it has been alleged. The leader has unsuccessfully sought the seat four times, his latest bid being during the 2017 general election, where he lost to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Gideon Moi and Kalonzo Musyoka, the heads of the attacked One Kenya Alliance (OKA), host revived the gathering with another association that incorporates Martha Karua, the head of the NARC Kenya party. On Wednesday, January 26, the Kenya National Union (KANU) revealed a banner reporting a joint mission visit by Gideon, Kalonzo, and Karua.
One Kenya Alliance has finally reacted to demands by Chama Cha Kazi Party leader Moses Kuria. This is after Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria revealed that he might soon join OKA only if he is assured that OKA wont enter into an agreement with Azimio la Umoja which is led by Raila Odinga
One Kenya Alliance principals and Chama Cha Kazi party leader Moses Kuria Photo courtesy. Parties forming the One Kenya Alliance that is Wiper Democratic Movement, Narc-Kenya, UDP, and KANU, will not sign their coalition agreement on 28th February as was planned earlier. This decision has been made after the outfit held a meeting with Gatundu South Constituency member of Parliament Hon.
Gideon Moi and Kalonzo Musyoka, the leaders of the besieged One Kenya Alliance (OKA), have resurrected the party with a new partnership that includes Martha Karua, the leader of the NARC Kenya party. On Wednesday, January 26, the Kenya National Union (KANU) unveiled a poster announcing a joint campaign tour by Gideon, Kalonzo, and Karua.
The One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Gideon Moi have revived their coalition with a new partnership that will be incorporating NARC Kenya party leader, Martha Karua. On Wednesday the 26th of January, The Kenya National Union (KANU) unveiled a poster where they announced a joint campaign tour by Kalonzo, Gideon and Karua.
With the clock running down to the much anticipated 2022 general elections, political temperatures have gradually continued to hit the peak as fresh details emerge on daily basis. Besieged One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals Gideon Moi and Kalonzo Musyoka have revived the outfit with a new partnership that incorporates NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua.
Thirty Western Kenya Members of Parliament from the Orange Democratic Movement, Jubilee and the Democratic Alliance Party of Kenya (DAP-K) have told off Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi for uniting with Deputy President William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA). Speaking hours after Ruto announced a pact with Mudavadi, the legislators stated that the move was not an option for economic development.
Leader of Thirdway Alliance, Dr. Ekuro Aukot becomes the second victim of expulsion from his own party following a similar action by Ford Kenya party NEC on its leader Moses Wetangula. Dr. Aukot found himself out in the cold after his party National Executive Council resolved that he was unfit to hold office because of his frequent use of "crude words" to address his deputy, Angela Mwikali, and the fact that he has lately been using his elevated position in the party to solicit for personal wealth. Senator Moses
The Thirdway Alliance Kenya on Saturday, August 7, announced that its official communication channels had been compromised, accessed and under illegal control by unknown individuals. The said channels, which include Twitter, Facebook and Emails, were allegedly compromised either by hackers or disgruntled former leaders.
Thirdway Alliance party leader Ekuru Aukot has found himself on the receiving end after being the latest party boss to be kicked out of the position. The former presidential aspirant was on Wednesday suspended from the post, after party members called for the same over allegations revolving around assault and misuse of funds. The ejecting was publicized in a statement signed by Secretary General Frederick Okango and Chairman Miruru Waweru, where he is also directed to appear before the disciplinary team. The
The Thirdway Alliance Party has announced that it has not abandoned its plan to have exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna represent it in next year's Nairobi gubernatorial mini poll. The party is among those that are yet to present the names of their candidates ahead of the primaries, which it's leadership says is justifiable. Party Secretary General Frederick Okango says that this is because Miguna will be handed a direct ticket, adding that it has alerted Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chair
The ODM party is among the political outfits in the country that have retained their democracy, Thirdway Alliance Secretary General Frederick Okango has said.
Thirdway Alliance party leader Dr. Ekuru Aukot. Photo: TV47 Former Presidential aspirant Ekuru Aukot's position as Thirdway Alliance party's leader is now in jeopardy following an indefinite suspension by the National Executive Committee (NEC). According to the party secretary-general Frederick Okang'o, together with Miruru Waweru (chairperson), the decision to suspend Aukot was arrived at following complaints and concerns from members. The duo claimed that members accused Aukot of using the party for personal
There was drama at the Thirdway Alliance party headquarters when Ekuru Aukot was ousted as the party boss. Led by Frederick Okango, the party's Sectary-general, the members accused him of financial impropriety among other irregularities. In a statement to the press, Mr Okango said the party's NEC had considered various accusations made by party members against Mr. Aukot aand their decision to suspend him was the best decision as they continue with investigation. Other accusations by the NEC were as follows;