ONE KENYA ALLIANCE

OKA holds meeting on status of alliance

Report on status of alliance to be presented.

In Summary

•Kanu said the leaders Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula will be presented with a report by a technical committee on the status of the alliance.

•Tuesday’s meeting comes about three weeks after Mudavadi said OKA was still an ongoing conversation that has been in existence for a few months and that they were still looking at a few things before it can become an official coalition.

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi arrives for One Kenya Alliance consultative meeting in Karen.
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi arrives for One Kenya Alliance consultative meeting in Karen.
Image: Twitter/KANU

The One Kenya Alliance leaders held a meeting on Tuesday to review the status of the coalition.

In statement, Kanu said Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetang'ula will be presented with a report by a technical committee on the status of the alliance.

"Chairman Hon. Gideon Moi arrives in Karen ahead of the consultative meeting with other One Kenya Alliance Principals to review the report of the technical committee on the status of the alliance. Also present is Fafi MP @HonAbdikarim and the Executive Director, Mr. Wainaina," Kanu tweeted.

On July 1, the alliance met and deliberated on how to strengthen their unity ahead of 2022 after reports said that Moi was ditching them for an alliance with ODM leader Raila Odinga.

In a statement, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka said the meeting was also attended by elected leaders from the OKA parties who discussed ways that they can strengthen the coalition.

One Kenya Alliance leaders during a consultative meeting in Karen, Nairobi.
One Kenya Alliance leaders during a consultative meeting in Karen, Nairobi.
Image: Twitter/KANU

"Concluded a daylong meeting with my colleagues in the One Kenya Alliance, Hon. Musalia Mudavadi, Sen. Gideon Moi  and Sen. Moses Wetangula," Kalonzo said.

Tuesday’s meeting comes about three weeks after Mudavadi said OKA was still in an ongoing conversation that has been in existence for a few months and that they were still looking at a few things before it can become an official coalition.

He noted that there was going to be more political alliances in the days to come.

"There are technical teams behind the other parties going through some very technical issues that can then be subjected to further political consensus before we can consummate a formal coalition," Mudavadi said.