The One Kenya Alliance (OKA) coalition will announce its flag bearer in January ahead of the 2022 polls.
Addressing a press conference, OKA co-principal Moses Wetangula said selecting a presidential candidate needs sobriety and involves a lot of deliberations with no hurry.
The Ford Kenya party leader urged Kenyans to desist from propaganda that he says is orchestrated by their critics who term them as undecided.
“We want to urge Kenyans to forget about the naysayers who think that OKA is moving slowly, good coalitions and good preparations for elections are never hurried. We have promised Kenyans that by the end of January we shall be unveiling our OKA candidate,” he said.
OKA alliance comprises of Wetangula’s Ford Kenya, Amani National Congress (ANC) led by former Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi, post independence party Kanu chaired Gideon Moi son to Kenya’s second president the late Daniel Arap Moi and ex-Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka’s Wiper Democratic Party.
Wetangula expressed confidence the outfit had started making gains by spreading its wings across the country.
“OKA will win the 2022 presidency, our strategies are good and we will surprise many people,” he said.
He 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.