Details have emerged of how KANU chairman Gideon Moi has been skipping several meetings organized by his One Kenya Alliance co-principals.
Delving into the matter yesterday Tuesday 22, June 2021, KANU secretary general Nick Salat implied to his boss missing out on one of the meetings held yesterday at a city hotel by his co-principals.
In attendance at the yesterday’s meeting were party leaders Musalia Mudavadi (ANC), Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper) and Moses Wetangula (Ford-Kenya).
He cheekily dodged Senator Moi’s whereabouts, but nonetheless indicated that he had missed a number of meetings.
“He was handling a Senate committee matter,” Salat argued.
A statement released yesterday by the three party leaders was only signed by the trio as opposed to previously when all the four would sign it.
Senator Moi however told the Nation that he attended the meeting but left early raising questions on the unity in the alliance and the four leaders.
“Not at all, I was with them today and then left for another engagement,” Moi stated.
Insight into the coalition indicate that the one Kenya alliance are planning to field one candidate in the 2022 race, but would only do so once the trio bolted out of NASA.
Senator Moi has not yet announced his 2022 candidature but he is reportedly enjoying President Uhuru’s support, with reports out that he had asked the NASA co-principals to join hands and support one candidate.
His words were reiterated by Kitui governor Charity Ngilu who called on Raila and Kalonzo to unite ahead of 2022 to beat the DP.
” If Kalonzo, Raila don’t unite in 2022, Ruto will have a field day,” Ngilu cautioned.