It is now not a speculation that President Uhuru is on route to making a coalition with the ODM Party ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Yesterday, June 18, Jubilee Party led by David Murathe and the Party’s Secretary General, Raphael Tuju held talks with the ODM where it is said that the two factions agreed to come up with working strategies to secure the country’s top seat.
Admitting that a coalition is on its way, Suna East MP Junet Mohammed said that the President and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) are crafting an alliance ahead of the polls.
“We met with the Jubilee leadership for lunch to take stock of how we are cooperating.”
“We were discussing bigger issues. Big things are about to happen and we want to make our relationship better,” Junet said.
The two parties opened the pre-election talks at a Nairobi hotel to settle on a presidential candidate who will battle it out wth Deputy President, William Ruto.
In attendance were Raphael Tuju, Jubilee Vice-chairman David Murathe, Deputy Majority whip Maoka Maore and ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna.