Politicians allied to Mudavadi and Amani National Congress (ANC) Party have set new demands for One Kenya Alliance (OKA) affiliate parties.
Senator Cleophas Malala, while addressing residents of Matunda in Kakamega, hinted at the planned exit by ANC to quit OKA if Mudavadi is not picked as the flag bearer.
Butere Member of Parliament Tindi Mwale strongly supported Malala’s demands, which sounded more like a threat.
Malala said, “We are telling our colleagues at the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) that that we want to know the presidential candidate of the coalition by 25, December.”
ANC has set the record straight; the team headed by Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala is demanding a Mudavadi led OKA, something that OKA principals have not received well.
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Other OKA principals have not commented on the matter.
They have set their timeline, they want Mudavadi as the flag bearer by 25th December, or they will pack and leave.
As this was going, Senator Gideon Moi has said OKA is in talks with Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta to form a stronger coalition ahead of the 2022 general election.
In support of Malala, Butere MP Tindi Mwale said, “If we won’t have known the presidential candidate who we know is Musalia Mudavadi, then we, as ANC, will decide to leave and form another alliance to deliver the presidency for Musalia Mudavadi in 2022.”
ANC has made it clear, it is Mudavadi, or they walk away.
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Another ANC member, Lurambi Member of Parliament Bishop Titus, said, “We, in ANC, do not want Musalia to be sent packing. We do not want the One Kenya Alliance to be the Coalition through which Musalia is sent packing indefinitely. We want to know our candidate immediately.”
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