Raila, Kalonzo hold meeting ahead of their campaigns

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Kenyan main opposition leader Raila Odinga on Monday held a meeting with One Kenya Alliance principle Kalonzo Musyoka.

The agenda of the meeting remains unknown deliberated on political issues and possible future coalitions before breaking for parallel rallies in Kwale, coastal part of the country.

The ODM party leader is popularizing Azimio La Umoja while Musyoka is selling One Kenya Alliance headed by him, Martha Karua of Narc Kenya and Senator Gideon Moi (KANU) and Cyrus Jirongo.

Odinga began his campaigns at Lunga Lunga before proceeding to Kinango where he addressed a mammoth crowd that gathered to welcome him.

Meanwhile, Mr Musyoka made stopovers in Kombani and thereafter proceeded to Matunga and Lunga Lunga where he held rallies.

The Wiper party boss is courting Odinga ahead of the August 9, polls. They are set to sign a deal that will see them work together third for the third time.

Last week, during a political rally in Nyamira, south-western Kenya, the former vice president revealed that they are holding talks to form a formidable team to win the general elections in the first round.

“I can assure you we are talking like-minded leaders and in particular, I have made it clear, we are talking to President Uhuru Kenyatta. You may be thinking he’s going away, but he’s busy strengthening Jubilee. Everybody knows the story of me and Raila Odinga, ten political years,” said Kalonzo.

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