KANU leaders hint that they will seek presidency in the 2017 general elections
KANU leaders led by national chairman Gideon Moi have hinted that they will seek the presidency in the 2017 General Election. The leaders accuse Deputy President William Ruto of hoodwinking the Kalenjin community into waiting until 2022. The independence party leaders ask the jubilee administration to work with KANU instead of seeking its dissolution to join jubilee. The leaders spoke at Chemolingot in Baringo County at a thanksgiving ceremony held for three former suspects of the Kapedo massacre.