RUTO has no chance in 2022! See the line-up that will throw him into the political dustbin in the 2022 Presidential contest? This is the winning team

Sunday June 23, 2019-KANU leaders in Nyanza have welcomed and declared to support the proposed alliance between Opposition leader Raila Odinga and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi ahead of the next 2022 General Elections.

In a statement, the leaders disclosed that they will embark on the new journey to market the two leaders as best poised to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.

According to KANU Deputy National Organizing Secretary Jack Nyambega and Kisumu County Kanu coordinator Milton Obote, the party is currently working on logistics to hold countrywide grassroots elections next year.

Already, KANU Secretary General Nick Salat has directed the branch offices countrywide to embark on reopening its closed offices and make them operational in readiness for the mass membership recruitment exercise.

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... the 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 Rail alliance which also seeks to rope in Amana 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.


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