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Malala Claims Gideon Moi Is Tactfully Campaigning For Raila Despite Being In OKA

The Baringo Senator Gideon Moi-led KANU party is silently campaigning for ODM leader Raila Odinga for the presidency despite being a member of the One Kenya Alliance (OKA), the party has been accused.

Moi is one of the five OKA chiefs, a team that has declared interest in forming the next government, with one of its opponents in the 2022 race being the former Prime Minister, also an aspirant.

But Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala, a member of the ANC party, says that Gideon is being insincere in his support for the OKA’s plans, only days after saying that his body language is betraying him.

He opines that KANU is secretly in Raila’s corner, this being the reason why he thinks some top KANU members who are close to Gideon are being seen endorsing Raila and speaking highly of him.

“It was just the other day we saw the Senate Majority leader Samuel Poghisio endorse Raila for the top seat,” says the senator in an article in The Star.

“Poghisio is a key ally of Gideon Moi, who is a principal in Oka. He is also a staunch member of the Independence party, Kanu, which is an affiliate in the alliance. Poghisio said he has been telling Oka leaders that Raila is the best choice,” he adds.The lawmaker, who was himself at some point in Raila’s corner, was responding to the West Pokot Senator’s remarks when he attended the West Pokot chapter of Raila’s ‘Azimio La Umoja’ campaigns.

In West Pokot, all the present leaders, led by governor John Lonyangapuo, endorsed Raila, at a time when Moi is considered to be having a soft spot for the leader and seen as likely to work with him next year.

Malala now wonders how Moi can say that he is in OKA by heart yet his troops are publicly vouching for another person, an outsider, for the top seat.

OKA also has Musalia Mudavadi of ANC, Kalonzo Musyoka of Wiper, UDP’s Cyrus Jirongo and Moses Wetangula of the Ford Kenya party.

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