Kanu asks Raila to pair with Gedion Moi for top seat
SEE ALSO :Rift Valley leaders seek talks over MauPart of their resolution underscored, was the need to reactivate the party in order for it to participate in the coming general election including and not limited to cementing their relationship with new like-minded political parties and individuals. Yesterday, speaking to the press in Kisumu after the Nakuru meeting, Nyambega said the party was ready to work with identified parties and good people in readiness to build a formidable alliance ahead of 2022 as the succession race gathers pace. ''All leadership positions will be thrown open in 2022 and so everyone who feels he has what it takes to give our proposed alliance.. a challenge is welcome, although Kanu has not yet seen a challenge to our proposed new alliance,’’ Nyambega claimed. Their hope now is for Kanu and Raila alliance which also seeks to rope in Amani National Congress (ANC), leader Musalia Mudavadi into the new fold, to succeed and to help solve the Country’s political woes as they look down the barrel of political oblivion. Salat said the independence party mandated Senator Moi to continue with his proactive initiative to reach out to like-minded leaders in the country to ensure successful implementation of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four Agenda.
SEE ALSO :Ex-Kanu chairman Opande dies at 56The party, he affirmed, will continue supporting the Building Bridges Initiative “which in many ways was the rallying call for Kanu through its philosophy of peace, love and unity”. Kanu, according to Salat has also resolved to engage more regularly with all elected and nominated leaders including branch officials in order to give clarity and direction on party policies, programmes and projects. So far Senator Moi who is the Kanu national chairman has hinted at forging a political pact with Raila in 2022. The two have, however, kept the country guessing on what the deal could be between them, with Kenyans left second guessing who will be President and who will be a Deputy if the Alliance works out? But as things stand, a silent but growing push by leaders from Rift Valley and Nyanza to have the two partner in the next General Election is imminent after a recent tour of Mr Moi to Mr. Raila’s strongholds — Homa Bay County — for two days signaled.
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