Politics is a game plan that requires good strategy for anyone to emerge victorious. Yesterday, Nick Salat ditched Azimio One Kenya coalition and joined Kenya Kwanza government. The former secretary general of Kenya African National Union party (KANU) was received yesterday by president William Ruto at Bomet Green stadium during a church service that was attended by other government leaders.
Embattled KANU Secretary General Nick Salat has now predicted that President William Ruto will remain at the helm until 2032. Ruto, though yet to declare interest in a second term in the 2027 polls, is expected to try to extend his stay in State House like his two predecessors who have served under the current constitution.
Gideon Moi was at one point viewed as a potential future Kenyan president.He was the son of a former president and had also got into politics at an early age.Many knew by now he would have enough political experience to lead.This dream was however shattered during last year's general elections.Gideon loss in the Baringo senatorial seat was the beginning of his many problems.Members of his KANU party began defecting to William Ruto's UDA party.Only one politician managed to win a parliamentary seat which meant Gideon and his party KANU had no voice and influence in parliament.This new year has seen those still within KANU party begin fighting.Loyal and oldest member Nick Salat who was the party secretary ended up denouncing Gideon and calling for his resignation as party chairman.Yesterday while president William Ruto was at Bomet stadium,Nick Salat joined him and announced that he had departed KANU party for UDA.This was the last person everyone expected would leave KANU.Gideon Moi has now been left all alone where he currently does not have the power and numbers to even compete with Ruto in Rift Valley.
Nick Salat has pleaded with president William Ruto to appoint him in his administration because he has suffered under Gideon Moi in the last fifteen years. Nick Salat is hopeful that president Ruto will consider him for a government position instead of having him suffer forever. Here is a link: https://www.kenyans.co.ke/news/84201-mudavadi-gachagua-plead-ruto-over-nick-salat-after-kanu-exit?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=DK&utm_campaign=Promotion
KANU Chairman Gideon Moi received a huge setback after his ally Honorable Nick Salat officially ditched KANU and joined Ruto's KKA camp. This happened as president William Ruto toured Bomet county accompanied by his close associates and other political leaders attending church service in the region. In a video posted online, Addressing the residents, Rigathi Gachagua welcomed Nick Salat and declared that they will work together and serve Kenyans.
The former secretary general of the Kenya African National Union party was warmly welcomed by President William Ruto at a church service yesterday that other government representatives attended (KANU). Following Azimio's departure, political analyst Herman Manyora this morning asserted that Nick Salat and KANU chairman Gideon Moi had problems getting along because Salat had a speedier approach to politics than Gideon, making it extremely difficult for them to cooperate.
In a recent interview Jubilee party secretary general Jeremiah Kioni gave an overall comment about the performance of president William Ruto's government. Citing the first 100 days Kioni said that the new regime has already failed and Ruto would rule for only one term. His remarks were seconded by a number of opposition leaders across the country who agreed that Ruto was failing in his duties as the head of state.
Politics is a game plan, and to win anyone must have a solid strategy. Nick Salat just joined the Kenya Kwanza government after leaving the Azimio One Kenya coalition. At a church service yesterday that other government officials attended, President William Ruto welcomed the former secretary general of the Kenya African National Union party (KANU).
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The suspended Kanu secretary general Nick Salat ditched Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance camp to President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance team yesterday during a thanksgiving service held at Green Stadium in Bomet County. Salat was among few leaders from the Rift Valley region, and who were against Ruto's presidential bid, but in his remarks yesterday, Salat termed himself as a prodigal son, urging the president to welcome him back.
According to recent sources in The Daily Nation, suspended KANU Secretary General Nick Salat has not yet thrown away anything that would indicate he is still committed to the independence party. Salat said on Sunday that he has allied himself with President William Ruto of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), implying that he had given up on KANU-related concerns.
Kenya African National Union [KANU] Secretary general Nick Salat ditches AZIMIO coalition and joined Kenya Kwanza today at Bomet Green Stadium where the president, His excellency Hon. William Samoei Rutto was there to open the government projects. This followed after Gideon Moi, the party leader, suspended Nick Salat with claims of misconduct and violation of the party constitution but Nick Salat urged that it was because of the KANU meeting which was held in Nakuru where he challenged the leadership structure to resign following the poor perfomance of the party in the previous election in August 2022.
Hon. Weston Wanjohi has reacted through his official facebook page hours after suspended KANU Secretary General Hon Nick Salat joined president William Ruto's camp today in Bomet County. According to him Nick Salat shouldn't have end his long relationship with Senator Gideon Moi looking at where they have come from.
Nick Salat is not a new name in Kenya's present political domain, the name bearer was a close ally and confidante to KANU party chairman _Gideon Moi and he was among the operatives who concentrated their energies to power Raila's ascension to Statehouse in the last poll.
Nick Salat, the embattled secretary general of the KANU, has now forecast that President William Ruto will hold the position until 2032. Ruto is anticipated to strive to extend his tenure in State House like his two predecessors who have served under the existing constitution, despite the fact that he has not yet declared his intention in running for a second term in the 2027 elections.
Hours after Hon. Nick Salat, the suspended secretary general of the KANU, joined President William Ruto's camp today in Bomet County, Hon. Weston Wanjohi responded via his official Facebook page. He claimed that given their shared history and where they had come from, Nick Salat shouldn't have ended his lengthy connection with Senator Gideon Moi.
Embattled KANU secretary general Mr Nick Salat has come out publicly to request the fifth president of the republic of Kenya Mr William Samoei Ruto to accept him back to United Democratic Alliance party.Mr Nick Salat has left Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition party saying that he will support William Samoei Ruto in 2027.
Nick Kiptoo Korir Salat has left Azimio and KANU for Kenya Kwanza in pursuit of greener pastures. He was given a 30-day suspension on Thursday after a fallout with the party's top banana, Gideon Moi. "Leaders of the Church, there is something you have preached about... About the prodigal son who wandered around the world... Bishop, that prodigal son is me.
Embattled KANU Secretary General Nick Salat on Sunday finally ditched the independence party to join President Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party. Nick Salat (top and extreme right) has been the recognizable face of KANU in inter-party consultations. In a move that has inspired much speculation, Salat vowed at Bomet Green Stadium in Bomet County to work alongside Dr. Ruto.
Hon Nick Salat, the suspended secretary general of the Kenya African National Union (KANU), has predicted the victor of the 2027 presidential election struggle. Salat, who has been suspended by the independence party KANU on allegations of misconduct, stated earlier today in Bomet county that President William Ruto will be re-elected in 2027.
Photo courtesy is used to report the news. Suspended KANU Secretary-General, Nick salat, during the Interdenominational prayers at Bomet County where he declared move to ditch Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party for Kenya Kwanza Alliance. Salat, declared that he will now be supporting president William Samoei Ruto's agenda and will even campaign for his re_ election bid.