One Kenya Alliance partners Musalia Mudavadi(ANC) Kalonzo Musyoka(Wiper) and Gideon Moi(KANU) and Moses Wetangula(FORD Kenya) had a meeting on Wednesday, June 30 to cement their union.
Their meeting came amid wide reports that their union was collapsing and they are divided between reviving the NASA coalition or joining the Jubilee-ODM merger.
“Concluded a day-long meeting with my colleagues in the One Kenya Alliance, Musalia Mudavadi, Gideon Moi & Moses Wetangula,
We met a section of elected leaders from our respective parties & discussed ways of strengthening our union in readiness for the next election,” Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka said on his Twitter page.
All One Kenya Alliance partners we pictured together after wild claims that Gideon Moi is contemplating ditching the Union to work with Raila Odinga.
On June 22, Gideon Moi was missing in a meeting held by Musalia, Kalonzo and Wetangula.
It was reported that this was the second meeting of the kind that Gideon was missing.
“We are committed to the One Kenya Alliance and are ready to leave NASA. If some people are not committed, we can rebuild NASA as a coalition,” a source privy to the discussions told Daily Nation on the day Gideon skipped the meeting.
However, KANU Secretary General Nick Salat defended Gideon against claims of ditching One Kenya Alliance for Raila, saying that he has a personal relationship with the ODM leader.
KANU party’s loyalty to One Kenya Alliance is also under question because of its existing coalition agreement with Jubilee party.
Other than Gideon, Kalonzo Musyoka’s Wiper is also has a coalition agreement with Jubilee Party.
This has raised questions on the seriousness of the One Kenya alliance, since its members have shown wavering loyalty.
But according to KANU’s Nick Salat, the One Kenya Alliance is in existence because of the BBI.