Wetang’ula: OKA Is Very Strong And Optimistic Of Winning Presidency In 2022

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One Kenya Alliance (OKA) is heading to the right direction if the support they are getting from across the Country is anything to go with.

One of the OKA Principals Moses Wetang’ula said that the Alliance will recover the lost years and develop Kenya again.

“OKA will win the 2022 presidency, out strategies are good and we will surprise many people,” he said

The Ford Kenya party leader stated that as OKA leaders they have good plans for the country and they will only achieve it once they ascend to power in 2022.

Speaking in Bumula constituency, Bungoma County at the weekend during the burial of Khasoko Ward MCA Daniel Makhandia, Wetang’ula called on the Luhya community to support them achieve their presidential ambition.

He pleaded with Kenyans to support and elect OKA leaders adding that they have what it takes to lead them.

“For us to convince outsiders we need your support first, we are your sons and daughters, there is no need of clapping for outsiders when we have announced our intentions to go for the big seat,” he said.

The Bungoma Senator said that as OKA they will continue campaigning in every corner of this country selling their manifestos that will propel them to power.

“I am pleading with my people, support us, I may be ugly but I remain one of you, we are dancing to our own tune, please support us ascend to power,” said Wetang’ula.

OKA comprises of Musalia Mudavadi of Amani National Congress, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Gideon Moi of KANU and Cyrus Jirongo.

Meanwhile, Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka asked Bungoma residents to elect him as their Governor in 2022.

He stated that God’s plan are different from human plans adding that a section of residents were calling on him to return back and resuscitate the county to prosperity.

He cautioned leaders against hiring youths to cause chaos in funerals in order to disability those they consider their opponents.

‘Let’s unite and work together, politics is not about hatred but selling our manifestos that will develop our regions,” he said.

Lusaka who has since announced to vie for Governorship in Bungoma County added, “Let’s stop heckling leaders in burial ceremonies, let’s respect the dead and mourners,”.

He also urged Kenyans to register as voters so as to elect leaders of their choice.

“The registration period of voters as been extended to January 2022, let’s take the advantage and register in large numbers, so that we can elect good leaders who can represent you well in different leadership roles,” said Lusaka. 

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