Kenya African National Union (KANU) chairperson Gideon Moi has left tongues wagging after he made a brief presence at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre before leaving for the Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka Command Centre in Karen.
Which way for Gideon Moi, presence in Kalonzo and Raila events leaves questions
KANU secretary general Nick Salat said the party was under the Azimio umbrella assuring Raila Odinga of the party's support
At the SKM Command centre, the KANU chair did not make any remarks although wiper party flag bearer Kalonzo Musyoka said Gideon had assured him of his support.
"I know that some people have been saying that Gideon has been sent to spy but he is fully with us. My honest opinion is that OKA continues as originally established and we move on and compare notes. We have a business to save this nation," Kalonzo said.
However in a twist, KANU secretary general Nick Salat who was present at the KICC dismissed Gideon's presence at the Kalonzo event saying that him being there did not mean anything assuring Azimio One Kenya presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga that the KANU party was supporting him.
"I am here and I want to assure the fifth President that this time around, count KANU inside Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance. Disregard the other story you've heard. I am telling you I am here to stay and we will vote for you," Salat stated.
At the SKM command centre, Kalonzo also unveiled his running mate, business man Andrew Sunkuli. The former vice president said he was offering an alternative from the Azimio and Kenya Kwanza.
"The majority of Kenyans want an alternative between Kenya Kwanza and Azimio. For how long do people want Kalonzo to be the one to sacrifice and when I sacrifice, they mess up? I promise 50/50 gender in Government," he stated
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