Written by on February 2, 2022

Following the departure of Musalia Mudavadi’s ANC party and Moses Wetangula’s FORD-Kenya, One Kenya Alliance (OKA) struck a coalition arrangement with NARC-Kenya.

A joint statement issued by Gideon Moi and Kalonzo Musyoka was read out in the Kalonzo Musyoka Command Centre in Karen, Nairobi, on February 28, 2022, by the heads of the parties.

They also said that a number of public engagement initiatives had been planned around the nation.

The statement reads, “To formally incorporate all the constituent political parties into the One Kenya Alliance, we are glad to inform Kenyans that this morning, OKA Principals have signed a Deed of Assignment. This is an affirmation of our commitment to standing firm, together, and focused on securing and uplifting the lives of Kenyans.

More than a dozen additional political parties have shown an interest in partnering with the One Kenya Alliance, according to the coalition’s founders.

The founders further added, “As of right now, ten other political parties have indicated interest in joining the Coalition. We do this because we think that in order to accomplish meaningful change, the diversity of our country necessitates a variety of minds and views. Those who do not share these beliefs, on the other hand, are more likely to be left behind.”

There have been a number of political figures from Kenya’s vote-rich Central region who have attended the Mount Kenya Unity Forum, including NARC-Kenya leader Martha Karua.

She made it clear that the Mount Kenya Unity Forum and OKA had been talking about the possibilities of collaborating before the 2018 elections.

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