Key political figures from Western Kenya are weighing up their next move following the coming together of President Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA leader Raila Odinga.
The group drawn from Ford Kenya, New Ford Kenya and Amani National Congress disclosed that they are strategizing on how best to actualize the elusive Luhya unity even as they indicated their willingness to work with deputy president William Ruto ahead of 2022 polls.
The disquiet in both NASA and Jubilee camps has been noticeable.
Raila’s colleagues in NASA admit that the move has forced them to evaluate their political future.
Feeling left out, they admit that they are on a fishing expedition as they try to establish a new political home.
However, former Kakamega Senator and Ford Kenya deputy party leader Bonny Khalwale was more direct, hinting at a possible alliance with Deputy President William Ruto.
This alliance in their opinion, will face off with what they call the coming together of dynasties.