The Kenyan politics has gained momentum and taken a new shift after the Mt Kenya Foundation elite billionaires allied to the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta endorsed the ODM party leader Raila Odinga’s 2022 presidency on Wednesday, 8th, December at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi.
However, Raila’s much hyped tomorrow’s presidential declaration has been dealt a crude blow after the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) chief partners (Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Amani National Congress party head Musalia Mudavadi) are set to skip tomorrow’s Azimio la Umoja declaration at Kasarani despite being invited by the ODM party.
One Kenya Alliance chief principals who have maintained to dribble the 2022 presidential bid Up-to the ballot despite the perceived pressures from president Uhuru Kenyatta owing them to drop their bids and back Raila. Uhuru’s effort to push OKA principals to resurrect the collapsed famous 2017 National Super Alliance has hit a dead end after Mudavadi and Kalonzo insisted to backed instead.
According to the latest developments, the Wiper party president Kalonzo Musyoka has landed in South Sudan for bilateral talks on the peace processes in South Sudan.
“I was welcomed by Ambassador Barnaba Marial Benjamin, South Sudanese Minister for presidential Affairs to the state house, Juba for talks with H.E President Salva Kiir on peace process in South Sudan” Kalonzo tweeted.
Mudavadi feels that it was Raila, the ODM party senior, who blocked his glowing star of endorsement. Deputy President William Ruto’s key social media handler Dennis Itumbi has already indicated that Mudavadi will not attend the event.