Senator Gideon Moi at Kabarak University
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplagat, Hon Raymond Moi, Senator Gideon Moi. FILE

 KANU chief Gideon Moi set to bring Amani National Congress, Wiper Party, Ford Kenya and Maendeleo ChapChap to form a coalition with KANU and Jubilee ahead of the 2022 elections.

In drumming up support to the Building Bridges Initiative at Kabarak University, he explained the benefits of the initiative.

 Moi said when he presided over 16th Graduation Ceremony flanked by Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplagat and Hon Raymond Moi Senator Moi added that time has come for all parties to unite and form a bigger coalition ahead of the upcoming elections.

" We are at a point where we need a big party that has all the representation, " he said.

" We are in a period for Politicians to exercise inclusiveness for making the country a peaceful state. We need to co-exist and form an inclusive government where people will not be seeing as losers and winners, " he added.

" We are in talks to create an alliance than Jubilee. The Coalition will include all parties affiliated to the handshake. We also welcome ODM if they feel its time for it, " he added.

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