The recently unveiled One Kenya alliance bringing together KANU’s Gideon Moi, ANC’S Musalia Mudavadi, Wetangula, and Wipers Kalonzo Musyoka has talked addressing the claims of state instigation.
Speaking earlier today the newly formed one Kenya Alliance refuted the claims that they are a statehouse project for the 2022 general elections.
In what appears as diverting attention by rivals, Musalia Mudavadi a principal of the alliance stated that the rumors were being peddled by their competitors who have since sensed defeat.
He added that those fueling the rumors were currently closer to the government and state the house than they are.
“If you take a closer look, you will realize that those who are calling us a project are the people who are currently working very closely with the government. They are far much closer to the government than us,” Mudavadi said.
Mudavadi advised the competitors to instead channel their energies on selling their agenda to the electorates, and let them decide on whom the next leader would be.
“We should tell Kenyans what we intend to change in their lives if they elect us and then leave it up to them to decide who the next President will be,” he said.
The alliance was recently faced with turmoil after details emerged of a hutched plot by some powerful individuals to pick on the Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi and KANU chairman Gideon Moi as the potential flagbearers in 2022 polls.