– Gideon Moi said the Opposition outfit was keen to lead Kenya should it win the next General Election slated for 2022
– The senator added that there were ongoing plans to seek out grassroots networks through continuous engagements with party loyal members
– He recently led Rift Valley senior politicians in accusing Deputy President William Moi of sabotaging his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta
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Baringo senator and KANU party chairman Gideon Moi has held meeting with delegates in Nyeri county.
The independence party boss said the Opposition outfit was keen to lead Kenya should it win the next General Election slated for 2022.
The senator added that there were ongoing plans to revamp KANU and seek out grassroots networks through continuous engagements with party loyal members.
“Today, we held our county delegates meeting in Nyeri, which culminated in a sensitisation campaign to keep people abreast of the reform agenda espoused in the BBI report,” Moi said.
After the meeting, Moi proceeded to Chaka market where he presided over a fundraising drive for women and youth groups that have ventured into micro and medium scale enterprises to sustain themselves.
The senator was accompanied by politicians Ephraim Maina (Senator Nyeri), Kanini Kega (Kieni), Gladwell Tungo (Baringo woman representative) and Charles Jaguar (Starehe).
Speaking in Bomet town on Friday, December 4, the leaders who included former Bomet governor Isaac Rutto, said those opposed to the constitutional changes were out of touch with the wishes of the people of Kenya.
He called on county assemblies to stand with the five million Kenyans who had endorsed the proposals saying they stand gain more under the Building Bridges Initiative.
“Those opposed to the new constitutional process do not have the interests of Kenyans at heart. The proposed changes are good and will enhance the fabric holding the Kenyan society together,” he said.
On his part, Rutto reminded the political leadership of past post-election skirmishes which he said would be a thing of the past if the BBI is passed.
“No one wins when there is chaos in any society and by the time temperatures cool down, the socio-economic fabric holding the society together would have suffered a lot. The handshake is good for this country,” he stated.
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